A man who sexually grabbed a teenager, punched a blind man and kicked his guide dog during a rampage across western Sydney has been jailed for at least two years.
Jack Maher hung his head as a court heard details of his "terrifying" crime spree across Parramatta, Westmead and Blacktown earlier this year.
Court documents reveal the 24-year-old repeat offender once told police: "Tell the judge he can suck my d***. I'll be out on the street soon. Two years is nothing. When I'm out, you will be murdered."
The Port Macquarie man was sentenced on Friday to three years in prison with a non-parole period of two years.
He pleaded guilty to a string of charges including sexually touch another person without consent, assault, animal cruelty and assaulting a police officer, despite having no recollection of his May 28 attacks because he was high on drugs.
The court heard Maher's spree began about 1.45pm when he approached an 18-year-old girl at Parramatta Station and attempted to force himself on her.
He began rubbing her legs and inner thighs and told her: "Give me a kiss."
She boarded a train to get away, however he followed her.
His victim got off at nearby Westmead Station to report the incident. Maher remained on board and turned his attention to a vision-impaired man who had his guide dog at his feet.
Maher launched a verbal tirade at the man, then punched him in the right cheek before yelling: "You're an undercover cop. I know that's a drug dog."
He kicked the labrador and spat on the man.
According to the statement of agreed facts, the man pleaded for mercy and attempted to escape before he was punched in the back of the head.
Parramatta Local Court Magistrate Erin Kennedy described the offences as "extraordinarily grave and serious" and "terrifying".
Maher got off at Blacktown Station and was arrested at a nearby bus interchange, but his series of attacks didn't end there.
When thrown in the back of the police wagon, he asked for his handcuffs to be loosened, only to break free and spit in the face of a senior constable.
He threatened to kill and rape several police officers during a foul-mouthed tirade and made a firearm gesture with his hands.
The court heard he was serving a community corrections order at the time.
Maher was given a 25 per cent discount after pleading guilty plea at his first court appearance and with time served will be eligible for release in May 2022.
"You have a history of violence, going to prison and not doing anything about it," Ms Kennedy said.
"You were diagnosed with trauma. You had things happen to you. You had a traumatic brain injury. You need to get treatment.
"Self medicating with illicit substances leads to this behaviour. It has to stop now."
Australian Associated Press
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