A man who told a bouncer he would “kill his baby and burn his house down” has been ordered to complete 110 hours of community service.
Zachary Clayton, 24, of Blackthorn, Stamford, admitted a public order offence at Grantham Magistrates Court on Monday.
The court heard Clayton approached door staff at a nightclub in Stamford and asked why he had been barred from it for five years.
Daniel Pietryka, prosecuting, said Clayton then told one of the door staff he “knew where he lived and was going to kill his baby and burn his house down”.
The court heard Clayton had recently completed an anger management course.
As well as the unpaid community service, Clayton must pay £85 in costs plus a £60 surcharge.