Kulwant Singh would just appear out of nowhere and start calling his ex a whore in public. The ex had no idea how Kuwant was ‘just turning up out of the blue. Singh, 57, of Vincent Drive, Ladywood, pleaded guilty to harassment. He was given a deferred sentence – with the judge telling him that provided he left his ex alone for the next four months he would not go to prison.
Birmingham crown court heard how he fitted a tracker and microphone on his ex’s car after she dumped him so he could “keep an eye” on her. The tracker and microphone were only discovered after he followed her to Ikea in Wednesbury and shouted at her in the car park
Kulwant revealed to his ex over a phone call he knew she’d be there because he’d fitted the tracking device on her vehicle.
Ben Williams, prosecuting, said Singh was in a relationship with the woman and he would make remarks which “concerned the victim”, reports Birmingham Live.
“He told her he would install cameras in the house,” he said. In 2018 she decided to end their relationship, but they remained friends. After she dumped him, Singh then told the victim “he would check out anyone she went out with to make sure he was good enough for her,” Mr Williams said.
In January 2019 the victim was at Ikea in Wednesbury with a male friend when Singh pulled up alongside her in the car park, and starting yelling out “she ruined my life so I will ruin hers”.
The pair later spoke on the phone and during the conversation, Singh told her that he knew where she was at all times because he’d fitted a tracker on her car.
“The victim took her car to a garage and they took it apart and found that a tracker had been fitted professionally into the panels, and a microphone hidden in the sun visor. Worryingly, the way the tracker was fitted meant it had affected the airbag in such a way it might not work in a collision,” Mr Williams said.
On February 2 last year, the victim was in a Post Office when Singh “appeared out of nowhere” next to her. He became abusive and shouted out “she’s a whore!” and then “she’s been married seven times”.
Singh also contacted the victim’s relatives in India and told them that he would kill any man she went out with. The victim also discovered that Singh had made photocopies of her driving licence and passport.
Olivia Whitworth, defending, said the last incident had been more than a year ago and there had been no further occurrences, despite the defendant being on bail. “He is anxious for this matter to be resolved,” she said.
Judge Gosling gave Singh a deferred sentence until June 12 – but warned him that he might still face a prison term for his offences.
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