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Ends up in Court after throwing tomatoes and stones at two vehicles

In a strange way to draw the attraction of a woman he grew up with led a 30-year-old man from Senglea to be arraigned in Court to be accused of having damaged two vehicles after he threw tomatoes and stones at therm.

Paul Roberts denied the accusations but admitted he was the person seen on a film from a security camera’s footage, the camera placed exactly on the roof of a building where the cars were.

It was established in Court that Roberts knew the woman since he was a boy and the woman had lodged several reports that Roberts was bothering her.

Magistrate Natasha Galea Sciberras warned Roberts to leave the woman be. He was granted bail against a personal guarantee of €2,000.

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