A MAN has admitted a charge of dangerous driving in connection with an incident in which he rammed his vehicle into a number of parked cars.

Jamil Ali, 31, appeared at Bradford Crown Court to plead guilty to other offences including six counts of damage to property and making a false allegation of kidnapping.

The driving incident took place on January 9, when Ali drove his Mitsubishi Shogun into a number of cars on Dorset Street in Little Horton, Bradford.

The court heard the offence described as a “revenge attack”, in response to a reported assault on Ali by “15 to 20 masked men” outside his own home.

Judge Jonathan Durham Hall QC adjourned the case for a pre-sentence report and medical report on Ali, who the court heard had mental health issues.

Ali, of Back Pollard Street, Fartown, Huddersfield, was granted bail ahead of his sentencing at the same court on September 14.

In the aftermath of the damage, residents described the Shogun ramming cars like "a game of skittles."

At the time, police attributed the incident to a "family dispute."