Patchway man breached order because of ‘dodgy kebab’

Patchway in the press

A dodgy kebab caused a Patchway man to breach his community order, according to a report in today’s Bristol Evening Post.

Jordan Hendry was in Bristol Crown Court to explain why he had twice not turned up to do unpaid work in October.

His solicitor Dianne Heys revealed:

“Mr Hendry says on one of those occasions – he can’t be sure which date – he was ill in bed after having a bad reaction to a kebab he had eaten the night before.”

Hendry, of Bourton Close, was given a community order for stealing a car in June 2010 and intimidating a witness. It included a requirement to do 120 hours of unpaid work, but he recently failed to turn up on two separate occasions.

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