A teenager caused £200 of damage to a Sunderland council support service centre's door after being refused his allowance by staff.
Impatient Liam Solomon, 18, booted it after shouting inside at a female social worker, “Where’s the b**** with my money?”
He was pushed back by staff when he ran towards an entrance, but repeated his trick seconds later with greater success, a court heard.
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Solomon, of Rothwell Road, Downhill, Sunderland, is now counting the cost of his crime on Thursday, April 15.
District Judge Paul Currer ordered him to pay compensation of £100 to the social worker and £200 to the council.
Prosecutor Tracey Wood told South Tyneside Magistrates’ Court: “The victim is a social worker.
“At the time, she had been working with the defendant for about six weeks.
“He was outside the victim’s office, waiting for his clothing allowance.
“He shouted, ‘Where’s the b**** with my money?’ He was told that he wasn’t getting his money, due to his behaviour.
“He was in the street, he was getting wound up. He tried to run at the door but was blocked.
“He then ran at the door of the interior office and caused damage to it.”
Greg Flaxen, defending, said: “This is an incident where someone hasn’t known how to deal with Liam.
“He was expecting £110, it was his money. It wasn’t their place to say that he couldn’t have his money.
“He runs and kicks the door, and belts it away because he knew he had done something wrong.
“He’s an adult now. He should have been dealt with as a youth.”
Solomon pleaded guilty to causing criminal damage and causing harassment, alarm or distress.
Judge Currer told him his had been “very bad behaviour”
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