Prison term activated after man fails to do any community service

Prison term activated after man fails to do any community service

Prison term activated after man fails to do any community service

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A judge told a Southampton man who had failed to do a single day’s community work it was not unjust to jail him.

Billy Bunney, 20, had received a 26-week suspended sentence and 12 months’ supervision with an order to do 200 hours work after being convicted in May of affray and causing actual bodily harm when he beat up a Southampton publican.

Bunney, of Cheriton Avenue, Harefield, admitted three breaches of the community sentence. Judge Derwin Hope activated the full prison term.

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5:57pm Wed 30 Jul 14

normal1965 says...

pmsl
pmsl normal1965
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7:33pm Wed 30 Jul 14

Zexagon says...

His mum and dad obviously had a sense of humour
His mum and dad obviously had a sense of humour Zexagon
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