Killer driver accused of exposing genitals at Citizens' Advice Bureau office
A self-confessed killer driver was remanded into custody after he allegedly exposed himself to staff at a Citizens' Advice Bureau.
Mark John Page, 24, appeared in the dock of Belfast Magistrates Court on Saturday in a blue hoodie and jeans but had to be removed from the court when, despite being told to be quiet by prison staff, he kept accusing the police and prison staff of “blackmail”.
Page, from Avoca Street in north Belfast, is accused of intentionally exposing his genitals intending that someone would be alarmed on September 9.
It is understood the charges arise after an incident at a Citizens' Advice Bureau on Friday.
In November 2008, Page was jailed for eight years after he crashed a hijacked car into a police Landrover, killing his friend 22-year-old Darryl Faulkner.
He was released just last month.
Page did not apply for bail and District Judge Harry McKibben remanded him into custody to appear again on September 19.