Court bans teenager from night club

PUBLISHED: 13:57 29 September 2006 | UPDATED: 22:16 28 May 2010

A COURT banned teenager Ashley Daplyn from a March nightspot for six months after he swore at door staff. Daplyn also upset a female guest at Raffles Night Club and, after being frog-marched out, he pulled trellis from the wall. You were allowed in when

A COURT banned teenager Ashley Daplyn from a March nightspot for six months after he swore at door staff.

Daplyn also upset a female guest at Raffles Night Club and, after being frog-marched out, he pulled trellis from the wall.

"You were allowed in when you promised to behave yourself, but you clearly did not," said presiding magistrate Penny Kingham.

Daplyn, 19, of Highfield Road, March, admitted criminal damage and assaulting Pc Lorna Yaxley.

Prosecutor Andrew Williams said Daplyn caused a problem but was calmed down by friends, but 20 minutes later he upset a female and was asked to leave.

He returned, shouting and ripping down the trellis. When arrested, he struggled violently, kicked out at Pc Yaxley, and was placed in leg restraints.

The court ordered Daplyn to pay £100 compensation to Pc Yaxley, £50 for damage to the fence, and £75 costs.

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