Sentencing for a man who walked into a Chester bank armed with an axe and a knife last October has been put back again.
The case at Chester Crown Court has been adjourned for 28 days while the court waits for the production of an International Personality Disorder Examination.
Sentencing of the case has been repeatedly put back because of the time it takes in getting mental health reports together.
Seddon previously pleaded guilty to two counts of being in possession of a bladed article.
An earlier hearing was told he hoped police would attend the incident because ‘he wanted them to kill him’.
Peter Barnett, defending, said: “My client is frustrated, he feels he has been continually put back.”
Seddon had also previously wished to be given an indeterminate sentence.
When imposing the 28-day adjournment, Judge Roger Dutton said: “The first thing I have to say is you must be patient.
“It is important this is done right and that is in your interests.
“I also have a duty to the public to keep them safe.”
Seddon will remain in custody until his next court appearance.