Man admits Brighton city centre scaffolding disturbance

Emergency services at scene Image copyright Eddie Mitchell
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A man has pleaded guilty to causing criminal damage and a public nuisance during a city centre disturbance.

Jason Lee Nash, 26, of no fixed address, admitted shouting and throwing items from scaffolding in Bartholomew Square, Brighton, on 29 October.

He also damaged an office desk, office items and a plant pot belonging to Brighton and Hove City Council.

Nash appeared before Brighton Magistrates' Court on Thursday, where he was given a community order.

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