A man wearing just a pair of shorts when he was arrested after a sustained period of roaring abuse at his landlord has been given up to six months to leave the property after being sentenced for his behaviour in the incident.
Conor Galvin, of the Old Farm House, Ballyporeen in Rossbarbery, West Cork, pleaded not guilty to a public order charge, to being intoxicated and to trespass at the home of his landlord at Ballyporeen on August 20 last.
Garda Denis Kerrisk of Clonakilty Garda Station played CCTV footage from the home of Mr Martin Collins, Mr Galvin’s landlord, which he said showed Mr Galvin’s behaviour as he trespassed at Mr Collins’ home.
Garda Kerrisk told Judge James McNulty that he responded after 5pm that day to a call from Mr Collins alleging that Mr Galvin, 44, was trespassing and behaving in a highly aggressive manner.
Garda Kerrisk said when he arrived, Mr
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