A tourist had planned to propose to his girlfriend while on atrip in . But, instead of proposing to her, he ended up in jail, a report said.
According to the report, Luke Wroe (33), a barber from Wesson Gardens in Halesowen, Gwynedd. He also assaulted owner Joanne Wallbanks and admitted possessing cannabis., admitted to twice threatening to set fire a Porthmadog in
A court at Llandudno, where he appeared in custody, heard Wroe had been asked to leave the Hadfersite because of fears about his behavior towards his partner.
Wroe was sleeping rough in a shelter when the girlfriend arrived atto go home, the report added.
Diane Williams, the prosecutor, said that Wroe had become threatening and tried to kick the scared owner of theat the station.
The report stated that according to Ben Jones, a defense solicitor, Wroe was upset by the incident and was remorseful.
Gwyn Jones, a district judge, imposed a 20-week suspended sentence with a 12-week curfew and 120 unpaid hours. He will pay Joanne Wallbanks £ 400 compensation and £ 213 expenses.
He is now banned from the Hadfer site for five years by a restraining order, the report said.