Portsmouth attacker, 36, gets two-year pub ban

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A MAN found guilty of two attacks has been told to pay more than £1,200.

Daniel Hellard, 36, of Gladys Avenue, North End, had denied assaulting two men in Albert Road, Southsea.

But he was found guilty by Portsmouth magistrates and told to pay £1,245.

Hellard pleaded guilty to a charge of failing to surrender to custody.

He was banned from the Kings Arms pub in Albert Road, Southsea, for two years.