A yob has been banned from parts of England after a shoplifting spree – and told he will now be breaking a court order if he's heard swearing anywhere in the UK.
Martin Ward, 47, was slapped with the criminal behaviour order by Cornwall Magistrates’ Court on February 9, 2021.
It came after he admitted several shoplifting offences in Newquay.
At the end of January, he appeared before magistrates after stealing seven Adidas hoodies worth £185.
He was handed a two-month jail sentence, and the latest order will stick until February 9, 2024.
A spokesperson for Newquay police said: "On the 9th of February 2021 Martin Joseph Ward was issued with a criminal behaviour order by Cornwall Magistrates' Court.
"The order comes after Ward committed numerous shoplifting offences in the Newquay area."
As reported by Cornwall Live, the order prohibits Ward from:
- Entering the Newquay area which includes: Barrowfields, Henver Road, Chester Road, Narrowcliff, Cliff Road, Oakleigh Terrance, East Street, Manor Road, Trevena Terrace, Fernhill Road, Sydney Road, Fore Street and North Quay in Newquay – unless if it's to attend either Newquay Health Centre, St Thomas Road Newquay or Narrowcliff Road Surgery, Narrowcliff, Newquay for the purpose of collecting a prescription or seek medical attention or to attend Asda, Oakleigh Terrace, Newquay for purpose of shopping.
- Remaining on any commercial premises in Cornwall when asked to leave by any member of staff, responsible person, owner or proprietor or police officer.
- Using swear words, make threats, use physical gestures, use visual representation, cause nuisance or obstruction, that would cause any person offence, intimidation or distress directly or indirectly within the United Kingdom.
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Meanwhile, a Brit abroad is facing jailed after breaching a stay at home order and sneaking out of his hotel room to meet his fiancee on another floor.
Nigel Skea, 52, left his luxury hotel room at the Ritz-Carlton in Singapore without wearing a mask on three occasions on September 21, 2020.
During the final breach, Nigel sneaked out at 2.40am and walked up the stairs to meet Agatha Maghesh Eyamalai, 39.
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She was not subject to a stay at home notice at the time but had opened an emergency exit door to allow Skea to gain access to her room.
He pleaded guilty to breaking Singapore's strict coronavirus rules at the state court near Marina Bay.
Eyamalai also pleaded guilty to abetting him, The Straits Times reported.
Skea and Eyamalai will face sentencing on February 26 2021, with quarantine violations carrying a maximum of six months behind bars and a fine of S$10,00 (£5,439).
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