A Bolton man harassed a woman and sent offensive messages.

Joshua Ramm targeted the woman over a three-day period in March this year by sending multiple messages via text, voicemail and emails in Bolton.

On one day during this period, he sent a message which was offensive and indecent.

The 32-year-old admitted the two offences at Manchester Magistrates' Court.

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Ramm, of Parkdene Close, Harwood, was placed on a community order to run until December next year.

He was ordered to do 15 rehabilitation activity requirement days and 120 hours of unpaid work.

The court took his guilty pleas into account when determining the sentence which it would impose.