A Geraldton man has admitted hitting a female nurse with a chair and smashing windows during a violent outburst at Geraldton Health Campus. Victor Jordan Oliver, 27, faced Geraldton Magistrate’s Court yesterday and pleaded guilty to three counts of assaulting a public officer, being armed to cause fear, criminal damage, and breach of bail. The rampage unfolded on December 14 after Oliver stayed the night in the hospital, the court was told at an earlier appearance. As he was being discharged, Oliver demanded staff give him a taxi voucher and became enraged when they refused. In the chaos that followed he threw a plastic chair at a nurse’s station, shattering two glass panels and showering staff with shards. He then walked into the station and screamed abuse at a nurse before striking her with the chair. The woman tried to block the blow and suffered bruising to her arm and hand. On his way out, Oliver tore a computer from a mobile work station and left it dangling on the floor. When his bail was refused two days later, he caused a scene in the Geraldton Courthouse and had to be led out by guards, before assaulting two senior constables. Oliver was granted bail at a later appearance but was charged with breach of bail when he failed to appear in court on January 9. On Monday, a Community Corrections officer told the court Oliver returned a positive result for methamphetamine on February 4. He is due to reappear for sentencing next week.