A Narberth man set up multiple social media accounts to contact his victim, a court heard.

Lewis Hodgson, of Spring Gardens, was charged with harassment between January 25 and March 5 at Begelly.

In that time Hodgson contacted his victim via social media, which he was not allowed to do under a restraining order imposed by Haverfordwest Magistrates Court.

Prosecuting solicitor Linda Baker said the messages were not threatening, but what concerned her about the case was Hodgson had set up five fake accounts.

Present at Haverfordwest Magistrates Court on Tuesday, November 30, 29-year-old Hodgson pleaded guilty to the charge.

The case was adjourned to Wednesday, December 8, so the court could get more information on Hodgson’s background.