A group of Lithuanians have been left terrified by repeated attacks on their home in Co Tyrone, the High Court heard on Tuesday.
Paint was thrown over their cars and a swastika daubed on a garage door at the property in Dungannon.
Two weeks later a woman in the house was woken by the front window being smashed, prosecutors said.
Details emerged as bail was refused to a neighbour accused of carrying out the most recent attack.
Gary Smyth faces charges of criminal damage, disorderly behaviour, attempted intimidation and threats to kill.
The 30-year-old, of Lisnaclin Court in the town, is alleged to have thrown a brick through the neighbouring property’s window on August 25.
A Lithuanian woman inside heard three loud bangs and claimed to recognise Smyth outside.
It was alleged that he ran across the street shouting: “F****** b*******, f****** foreigners, get out now.”
CCTV equipment had been installed at the house, which the victim shares with two other Lithuanians, following a separate attack two weeks earlier.
In that incident three cars were damaged with white paint and the garage covered in graffiti.
It depicted a swastika and declared that “non-nationals must go”, the court heard.
“These people are terrified,” a prosecution barrister said.
“They have been there three years and have informed police they are living in fear.”
Smyth is not charged in connection with the earlier paint incident.
But following his arrest for the smashed window attack he allegedly issued a threat to a policeman.
The court heard he made abusive remarks about the officer’s wife and said: “I will get you out of uniform, knock your block off and rip your head off.”
Defence counsel attributed the alleged offences to excessive drinking and “extremely stupid behaviour”.
Although possible accommodation well away from the scene was suggested, the court heard other foreign nationals work there.
Refusing bail, Mr Justice Stephens said: “There is a prima facie case that what occurred was totally irrational, bizarre and violent conduct, terrorising innocent people on the basis of their race.”