The man dubbed New Zealand's "most dangerous stalker" has been jailed for another two-and-a-half years for bombarding two women with text messages and abusive calls.
Glenn Green, 42, was sentenced in North Shore District Court on Friday, after earlier pleading guilty to harassing two women.
His latest sentence is his fifth prison term, Radio New Zealand reports.
According to police, Green never met his 19-year-old victim but got her details through a rally highlighting youth suicide.
He then rang her and her mother and abused them.
The second victim was a 27-year-old Christchurch woman, who Green also had never met, who was sent hundreds of abusive and degrading text messages. One told the woman to hang herself.
The harassment happened just weeks after Green had been released from prison.
Judge Philippa Sinclair said Green's behaviour was abusive, sinister and frightening.
Green, who is also known by the surnames Goldberg, Carlionne, Casellano and Holden, now has more than 200 convictions. They date from 1987 and many of them involve stalking at least 10 women.