Footballer allowed to break curfew for four week Thai holiday
7:00am Saturday 9th February 2013 in News
A Falmouth footballer who was given a curfew order after appearing before magistrates at Bodmin has been allowed to break it so that he can go on a four week holiday to Thailand.
Nathaniel McIntosh, aged 23, of Prislow Fields, applied to amend the order which required him to be at home between 7pm and 6 am until March 18, saying his holiday had been booked before the order was made.
McIntosh admitted using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour with intent against three people after being charged with an offence in Newquay in August last year.
The magistrates agreed to relax the curfew for the holiday duration and it restarts from April 3 when he returns to this country.
McIntosh, who used to play for Falmouth, now plays for Wendron United.