Problems with drink and drugs
Chapman admitted the three criminal damages charges, the indecent exposure charge and the charge of sending an offensive or menacing communication.
In court, he seemed visibly distraught by his actions, and was seen at times burying his head in his hands and at other times crying.
He currently receives £71 per week in incapacity benefits.
Defence barrister Niall Doherty said he should be helped to rehabilitate himself from his drink and drug problems.
For the acts of criminal damage against Mr Souter and Mrs Holt-Souter, Chapman was given a fourmonth prison sentence suspended for one year.
He was ordered to pay compensation of £500 to Mr Souter for damage done to his van and £180 to Mr Llewellyn for the damage done to his motorbike.
Magistrates also ordered him to complete a year-long community order including treatment for his alcohol addiction for at least six months, with a 20-day activity requirement.