West Sussex man pleads guilty to using threatening behaviour

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A MAN who admitted using threatening behaviour has been ordered to stay in at night.

Brian Rimini, 32, of Gravits Lane, Bognor Regis, pleaded guilty to committing the public order offence in Commercial Road, Landport, Portsmouth.

And he pleaded guilty to another charge of using threatening words or behaviour at Portsmouth Central police station in Winston Churchill Avenue, Portsmouth, on the same day.

Rimini was told not to leave home between 7pm and 7am for nine weeks by Portsmouth magistrates. He must pay £175.

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