This morning’s events were a bit fuzzy for 60-year-old Abdullah Rahim Aziz after he used a cocktail of cocaine, marijuana and alcohol.
However, the George Street, St Michael resident was adamant that he was never told by Victor Emmanuel not to venture onto his property.
Still he pleaded guilty to entering Emmanuel’s stall, located on Nursery Drive, The City.
Sergeant Edwin Pinder said Aziz was locked inside the stall by the owner who caught him there and called police.
“I was just looking for a lil sain [something],” he told lawmen when asked to account for his actions.
However, he told Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant today that he was in the habit of helping another man to open the stall on mornings.
“Last night I was under the influence, but I accustom helping these guys. Last night me and Victor had a little disturbance but he never tell me not to come in his place, but we get way.
“I was under the influence of cocaine, alcohol, marijuana and honestly I don’t exactly know what happen but anything is possible because I don’t remember everything. Right now I ain’t sleep in 48 hours,” he said.
After giving this explanation he was placed on a bond to keep the peace and be on his best behaviour for six months. If he breaches the order he will have to pay the court $750 forthwith or spend six weeks in prison.
Aziz has also been warned to stay away from Emmanuel’s stall for the next six months.