Man accused of giving ‘thumbs up sign’ and sounding car horn denies breaching Restraining Order

Ballymena Court

A man accused of breaching a Restraining Order by allegedly giving a thumbs-up sign and sounding a car horn denies the charge.

Thomas Robinson (28), of Trinity Mews, Ahoghill, had the case mentioned at Ballymena Magistrates Court .

The charge alleges that on May 28 this year ‘without reasonable excuse did drive past and gestured with a thumbs up, then drove past slowly a second time and sounded the car horn which you were prohibited from doing by an Order made under Article 7 of the Protection from Harassment (Northern Ireland) 1997…’.

The case was adjourned to August 15 to fix a date for a contest.

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