A Christchurch man who tried enter a Work and Income office with a gun and threatened to kill staff wants to meet his victims.
Mitchell Moulton, 32, appeared at Christchurch District Court today.
He pleaded guilty to threatening to kill, possessing a pistol and discharging it in public, driving while disqualified and possessing cannabis.
Defence counsel Donald Matthews told the court that the Work and Income regional commissioner and Moulton had expressed a desire to meet but scheduling arrangements have delayed a meeting.
Moulton's offending happened last October outside the Winz offices in Linwood.
He has been remanded in custody.
A 50-year-old man allegedly threatened staff at the same office last week.
Moulton will be sentenced on May 4.