Litterbug given curfew

Extracts of a story in the Evening post are reproduced below.

“A LITTERBUG has been given a curfew for three months after being found guilty of two offences of threatening behaviour.

Matthew Wingfield of Middle Furlong Gardens, The Meadows, was caught dropping litter eight times by Nottingham City Council’s Community Officers between February 22 and June 3.

He was abusive towards the officers and also threatened to assault them, Nottingham Magistrates Court was told.

Mr Wingfield was given a Community Order for twelve months with supervision element for twelve months and was also served with a curfew to stay indoors for three months from 9pm to 7am…

There was no separate penalty for the littering offences but he was ordered to pay a contribution of £70 towards costs.”

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