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Judge takes ‘dim view’ of ‘donuting’ on beaches

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A JUDGE says he takes a “dim view” of drivers ‘donuting’ on beaches.

District Judge Peter King was speaking at Limavady Magistrates Court, sitting in Ballymena, in connection with a teenager who is charged with dangerous driving at Benone Beach.

Michael Og Mullin (18), of Lisbofin Road in Blackwatertown near Dungannon, is accused in relation to August 9 last year.

A defence barrister told the court dangerous driving is not accepted “but careless would be accepted”.

Judge King said previous judges in the area “took a very dim view of donuting in public car parks in and around the Dungiven area.

“I would take a similar dim view of donuting in car parks and on beaches”.

The case was adjourned to March for Judge King to “hear submissions” from the defence barrister.

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