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Crook told 'stop snivelling' as judge jails him for burgling pregnant lady's pad

Crying crook told 'stop snivelling' as judge jails him for burgling pregnant lady's home

7/24/2021 11:49:00 AM

Crying crook told 'stop snivelling' as judge jails him for burgling pregnant lady's home

Brendan Bagley's weeping interrupted Judge Peter Cooke's reading of the victim impact statement and the crook was blasted for 'snivelling' and told 'you did this...you’re going to pay for it'

Brendan Bagley, 23, broke into a pregnant woman’s home while she and her partner were asleep.In the couple’s victim statement, the man said: “My partner was heavily pregnant."The impact on my partner has been tremendous.”But as Judge Peter Cooke was reading it at Warwick crown court he was interrupted by Bagley’s crying.

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He told him: “Stop snivelling."You did this to those people and today you’re going to pay for it.” Get all the latest news straight to your inbox. Sign up to one of the Mirror's newsletters He added: “You might like to think how you would feel if somebody put your partner in that situation.”

Bagley, of Coventry, who has 16 previous convictions, was jailed for two years eight months after admitting the burglary in nearby Wellesbourne. Read more: Daily Mirror »

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