The man dubbed Britain's worst dad is still being sought by police a wek after being convicted of assaulting his former partner.
Keith Macdonald, who has allegedly fathered nine children to eight different women, attacked Stephanie Jubb when she scolded him for scattering crumbs at her home in Houghton-le-Spring, Sunderland.
Macdonald, who is originally from Washington, was found guilty of common assault by beating and of stealing Ms Jubb's mobile phone and £80 in cash which belonged to her. He was also convicted of criminal damage to her Nintendo Wii games console.
A spokeswoman for Northumbria Police has confirmed that the warrant for Macdonald's arrest is 'still outstanding'.
During the hearing, Ms Jubb told Sunderland magistrates: "He came back and I could smell alcohol on his breath and his eyes were quite bloodshot.
"He was fine he was chatty, he made himself a toastie and went to go upstairs to eat it.
"I told him 'you're not eating that upstairs, I've just hoovered."
Macdonald, who lives on benefits and contributes nothing to the upkeep of his children, stormed upstairs to pack a bag.
Following him, Miss Jubb ripped the plug from his X-Box games console from the wall.
In retaliation, he ran downstairs and threw her Nintendo Wii console across the room.
Miss Jubb told magistrates: "Keith grabbed hold of me by both of my arms and headbutted me in the face.
"There was pain in my nose and my eyes started to water, I didn't know at the time that my nose was bleeding."
On-off couple Macdonald and Ms Jubb originally met in 2005, the year Macdonald shot to fame when it was revealed he had fathered six children by six women.
Macdonald, who first became a dad aged just 15, said his best technique when meeting women was to chat them up on buses.
His current address was given in court as Stoke-on-Trent.
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