A man has admitted posting offensive messages on Twitter in the wake of the murder of Leeds teacher Ann Maguire.
Forty-two-year-old Robert Riley from Port Talbot was granted bail by magistrates in Leeds.
His solicitor said he was mortified by what he had done and apologised.
He will next appear at Swansea magistrates court on Thursday.
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