A Coleraine man has pleaded guilty to the unusual charge of ‘dangerous cycling’.
Niall Samuel McIlmoyle, who was 27 on Sunday, committed the offence on September 29 this year.
The charge is that he ‘rode a cycle dangerously on a road or other public place’.
The location was not mentioned and full details have yet to be outlined.
McIlmoyle, unemployed, of Foundry Court in Coleraine, appeared at the town’s Magistrates Court on Monday October 15.
He has also admitted being disorderly at Causeway Hospital in Coleraine on September 30 this year.
The defendant, formerly with an address at Taylors Row in Coleraine, has also admitted making a threat to a female, on July 11 this year, to destroy a property.
District Judge Paul Copeland noted the defendant had a “significant” criminal record.
The defendant was represented by barrister Stephen Law.
The case was adjourned to November 19 for the preparation of a pre-sentence report.