A COUNTY Durham man has had to fork over £80 after ‘breaching the peace’ in Blackpool at the end of last month.

John Edward Willoughby, 29, of Sycamore Crescent, Trimdon Station, appeared at Blackpool Magistrates’ Court on Friday, April 29.

The court appearance related to an incident in the seaside town on April 28 this year, with court documents stating that Willoughby “behaved in a manner whereby a breach of the peace had been committed and application will be made for an order that you enter into a recognisance with or without sureties to keep the peace”.

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In court, the 29-year-old admitted ‘breaching the peace’ and was ordered to pay £80 to the Crown Prosecution Service.

He was also bound over a sum of £100 for six months to keep the peace.

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