Man who stole from betting shop put under a curfew

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A MAN who stole cash from a betting shop has been told to stay in at night under a curfew.

Michael Fleming took £180 from Ladbrokes in Kingston Road, Buckland, Portsmouth.

He pleaded guilty to theft at Portsmouth Magistrates’ Court.

Fleming, 27, of Knox Road, Stamshaw, Portsmouth, will have to stay in between 7pm and 7am for 28 days.

He was also told to pay £180 to Ladbrokes and £85 in costs within two weeks.