Man smashed job centre window after not getting benefits
A 21-YEAR-OLD Louth man smashed a window in the town's job centre after being unable to sort out his Job Seeker's Allowance.
Richard David Ranyard, of no fixed address, admitted criminal damage when he appeared at Skegness Magistrates Court in custody after failing to appear in court in June.
The court heard that he had gone to sign on but when he was speaking to another member of staff through an internal phone about his benefits, he became aggressive and the call was terminated.
He slammed the phone down and went out, punching the glass in the door as he went and smashing it.
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Raynard was sentenced to a day's detention on September 17 but was released immediately due to time served in custody.