A man has admitted putting drivers in danger by throwing rocks at their cars as they drove through Norfolk and Suffolk.
Aaron Hurley, from Langley, has admitted four counts of endangering road users and three of criminal damage.
But today (July 17), the 25-year-old asked for another 86 similar offences to be taken into consideration.
The case was adjourned for a mental health assessment to be carried out.
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The charges relate to a spate of incidents in Norfolk and Suffolk where rocks and bricks were thrown from a moving car at other vehicles.
Judge Andrew Shaw said there were "serious concerns" about Hurley's mental health.
He said he would be detained under the mental health act and assessed.
Hurley was granted conditional bail with an electronic curfew before a further hearing on July 26.