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Man gets banned from Government Buildings following perimeter breach

Miodrag Pester has been banned from Government Buildings after breaching the perimeter of Leinster House on Tuesday.

The 29-year-old homeless man was arrested and charged with trespassing on Government Buildings, contrary to the Public Order Act.

He appeared before Dublin District Court today where Mr Pester pleaded guilty to the charge according to Garda Sean Scully.

The charge states that it was alleged Mr Pester trespassed on the curtilage of a Government Building in a manner that caused fear or was likely to cause fear.

Defence Solicitor Donal Quigley stated that Mr Pester was applying for bail, stating that his client’s situation was unfortunate but not a ground for refusal of bail. Bail conditions were made following a recess.

His bail conditions were to stay away from Government Buildings and to sign on twice a week at Clontarf Garda Station. Mr Pester will appear in court again on some date in March.


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