'Extremely ashamed' man fined after causing damage on visit to his sister's home in Barton
TROUBLE flared when a man kicked and damaged a door after he was refused permission to borrow a car, a court heard.
Michael Everritt, 34, of Marsh Lane, New Holland, admitted damaging a door belonging to Helen Everritt on December 13.
Jayne Wilson, prosecuting, told North Lincolnshire magistrates that Mr Everritt went to his sister's home on Caistor Road, Barton-Upon-Humber, to ask to borrow her partner's car, but this was refused because he had been drinking and was banned from driving.
He kicked and slammed the door on his way out, damaging a panel, Ms Wilson told the court.
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Sunny Dhinsa, mitigating, said Mr Everritt wanted his sister to take him to his mother's home.
He had been involved in a heated argument with his girlfriend before he went round, he said.
He was extremely ashamed of his actions and had already paid for the damage, said Mr Dhinsa.
Father-of-three Everritt was fined £75 and ordered to pay £85 costs and a Government-imposed £20 victims' surcharge.