Annoyed with fellow's coarse behaviour towards woman (4-7)
I believe the answer is:
Here is my best explanation:
'coarse behaviour towards woman' is the definition.
'annoyed with fellow's' is the subsidiary indication.
'annoyed' indicates anagramming the letters.
'withfellows' is an anagram of 'wolfwhistle'.
(Other definitions for wolf-whistle that I've seen before include "Sound of appreciation", "Admiring call after girl", "Shrill male sound directed at an attractive woman", "Male sound of attraction to passing female" and "Noise signifying admiration".)