A 32-year-old Norlane man has been remanded in custody after allegedly threatening his sister and causing damage to the family home while intoxicated.
Police said the man was charged with unlawful, causing criminal damage and bail offences after an incident overnight Saturday.
He appeared briefly in Warrnambool Magistrates Court on Monday and when asked if he wished to apply for bail, he refused and said "there's no way I'll get it".
The man was remanded in custody until December 11. He will appear in Frankston Court on that day for a mention hearing.
Police said the accused man and the victim were brother and sister. She lives with their parents.
The man arrived in Warrnambool on Saturday after getting a job in the city.
He went drinking with friends on Saturday afternoon and rang his sister for a ride home about 9.30pm.
Police said the man was intoxicated and wanted to go to KFC.
In the drive-thru he became aggressive, was yelling and held a bottle in a threatening manner in front of his sister while telling her to get out of the car.
There was also a child in the car while that all happened.
At 12.15am on Sunday the man arrived back at the family home, was swearing and damaged a front door before he was given his belongings.
Police arrived and the man hurled abuse at his sister while being arrested.
He was already on bail to appear in the Frankston court for other offences.
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