Man bound over for £50

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A MAN has admitted breaching the peace.

George Tucker, 30, of South Road, Hayling Island, admitted breaching the peace at his address on January 7. Portsmouth magistrates bound him over for three months for £50. He must not act in a disorderly or offensive manner.