MAN CONVICTED OF ASSAULTING PINNER RESTAURANT STAFF

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A man from Pinner has been convicted of assaulting staff at Carluccio’s restaurant based on High Street, Pinner.

Robin Nashanand, 39, has been ordered to pay a fine of £300 to the Crown Prosecution Service along with a tag, curfew and Community Order. The incident occurred back in November last year (2018). The exact details of the assault have not been disclosed.

Pinner MPS tweeted: “Robin Nashanand, 39, formerly of #Pinner, has been convicted of two counts of common assault against @Carluccios staff in November. He was given a Community Order, curfew and a tag. He was also ordered to pay £300 costs to @cpsuk, and a £85 victim surcharge.”

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