Animal ban for girl who walked seagull in York

A girl who was arrested as she walked a seagull going around for the subject of a benefit has been banned from keeping wild animals for a year.

Officers found Anna Marie Marshall, 44, of no resolved abode, walking the bird in Parliament Street in York on the subject of 28 June. The insulted bird had to be put the length of.

She appeared at York Magistrates’ Court subsequent to hint to Monday and pleaded guilty to animal exploitation offences and using abusive and threatening behaviour.

Marshall was also unconditional a 12-month community alleviate order.

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She pleaded guilty to injuring a wild bird, taking a wild bird, threatening and abusive behaviour and refusing to surrender at the court upon Friday, once the accomplishment was originally due to be heard.

An arrest warrant had been issued taking into account she futile to appear.

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