A vandal was handed 150 hours of unpaid work after damaging £4,000 window shutters at a Co-op store.
Craig Maher, 24, of St James’ Gardens, Leyland, broke the shutters at the shop in Dunkirk Lane, Moss Side, Leyland, on August 30.
Maher admitted a charge of criminal damage at Leyland Magistrates’ Court.
Magistrates gave him a 12-month community order and told him to pay £500 in compensation to the store.
Maher committed the crime while subject to a conditional discharge for a previous criminal damage offence, relating to an incident in Preston in July.
However, magistrates decided not to take any action on this breach.
Maher, who has a history of criminal damage offences, applied to have a criminal ASBO relaxed in 2010 so he could go to the pub to play poker.
He asked police if he could vary the terms of a three-year order after he was banned from being drunk in public, possessing alcohol at certain times and from being in parts of Moss Side after he was convicted of seven counts of criminal damage, including smashing wing mirrors off vehicles, while drunk in April 2009.
Maher later decided to drop the appeal.