Jail for 6 weeks for cutting bushes: Court bans man from entering the village
Jail for 6 weeks for cutting bushes: Court bans man from entering the village, the ban will be removed after 15 years
A man in Britain has been sentenced to six weeks in prison for cutting bushes. Along with this, a ban has also been imposed on entering his village for the next 15 years. Adrian Steyer, who lives in the village of Blisworth in North Hamptonshire, had cut down the bushes in a neighbour's garden. He was also accused of threatening the neighbours.
He has been suspended for 18 months by North Hampton Court and ordered not to have any contact with the victims. However, he absconded even before the sentence could be pronounced in court. The police found him and arrested him again. Which the court also sentenced him to stay in the rehabilitation center for 2 months.
Steers had cut the bushes because of a land dispute with a neighbour. These bushes were more than 20 years old. Some of these were planted by relatives of neighbours who are no longer in the world. That's why it was a sign for the neighbour of his dead relatives.
In early 2021, Steyers' neighbours reported Steyers' anti-social behaviour to the police. According to police, Stairs also threatened neighbours with a brick during the dispute. This was causing problems for many people living nearby. Following an investigation by police, Steers was charged with criminal damage and assault.
Steers, 59, is disappointed with the court's decision. He said- Now I will not be able to go to the village till I am 74 years old. It seems that I have been charged with murder instead of anti-social behaviour. After the dispute, he left Blissworth and started living in Wellingborough, 15 miles away.