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Defendant fined for taking selfie in court dock

A defendant who took a selfie as he sat in a court dock has been fined

Joel Norris, 18, of Wareham, used his mobile phone to take a photo of himself and four co-defendants.

He then uploaded the image on to Twitter with the caption: "Lads in the court box lol."It is illegal photographs in court or the precincts of a court.

The teenager admitted the charges at Bournemouth Magistrates Court. He was fined £145 for each offence and ordered to pay £85 costs and pay a victim surcharge of £29

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