A MAN has been handed a suspended sentence after breaking the terms of a banning order by staying at his victim's home.

Mariusz Brzoska entered a guilty plea when he appeared before magistrates in Kidderminster.

The court heard the 39-year-old had breached the terms of a restraining order between March 29 and 30 by staying at the address of a person he was banned from contacting.


Magistrates said the offence was serious as the banning order had been breached shortly after it was imposed.

They handed Brzoska, who is of no fixed address, an eight-week prison sentence, which was suspended for 12 months as the original complainant was complicit in allowing him to stay at her home.

He must pay costs of £185 and a £128 victim surcharge.