A spurned lover stole a Viagra delivery and dumped sex toys outside his ex-partner’s house in a fit of rage.

Crack cocaine user Ashley Osman sought revenge after his boyfriend ended the ‘oppressive’ relationship.

Southampton Crown Court heard how the 33-year-old returned to the house he shared with his ex in Sholing on March 4 last year.

He was caught on CCTV scrawling foul language on the front of the property, before entering the house.

Prosecutor Tim Devlin said Osman proceeded to damage and steal items from the victim’s home.

He said: “The defendant brought out sex toys and threw them out the front of the property.

“A new delivery of Viagra and various gels for encouraging sexual performance were stolen by the defendant.

“He also stole hearing aids worth £2,000, a PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, various games, and a box of loose change amounting to £100.”

Osman then smashed several parts of the inside of the house and punched holes in the walls, the court heard.

His behaviour resulted in the victim changing his name and moving to another part of the UK so he could not be found by Osman, Mr Devlin told the court.

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Mitigating, David Storry said Osman’s behaviour was fuelled by his previous use of crack cocaine.

He said: “Things took a turn for the worse in 2023.

“Mr Osman is very sorry and ashamed for what he has done, and he would like to pay compensation for the damage and theft.

“He is mortified by his conduct and move his life forward.”

Osman, of Margam Avenue, Southampton, previously pleaded guilty to one count of burglary and one count of damaging property.

He also pleaded guilty to one count of sending a letter or electronic communication or article with an intent to cause distress or anxiety.

Passing sentence, Judge Nicholas Rowland said: “The burglary is the most serious offence and it was vindictive.

“It was planned and it has had a serious effect on the victim.”

Osman was handed a 15 month sentence suspended for 18 months.

He was released from custody at HMP Winchester.