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Banned from Domino's - Northern Ireland man facing exposure trial

An Enniskillen man has been completely banned from contacting a pizza company as part of bail terms ahead of the hearing of charges against him
An Enniskillen man has been completely banned from contacting a pizza company as part of bail terms ahead of the hearing of charges against him

By Staff Reporter

An Enniskillen man has been completely banned from contacting a pizza company as part of bail terms ahead of the hearing of charges against him.

The accused, who is aged in his thirties, cannot be identified after a claim he will self-harm if named by the Press was accepted by a judge.

He first appeared at Enniskillen Magistrates Court on February 6 accused of three counts of exposure.

It is alleged on June 23 and July 2, as well as dates between June 5 and July 1 last year, the defendant intentionally exposed his genitals intending that someone would see and be caused alarm or distress.

At the most recent court sitting, not guilty pleas were entered in respect of all matters by a barrister acting for the accused.

The case has been adjourned for the allocation of a contest date.

The defendant from Co Fermanagh was remanded on £500 bail and also banned from contacting Domino's Pizza in any way whatsoever.

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