A Pwllheli man has been handed a curfew for stealing alcohol and a leg of lamb from shops in the town.
Kevin Radcliffe, of 82 Morfa’r Garreg, appeared before Caernarfon Magistrates’ Court on 9 October.
The 40-year-old pleaded guilty to stealing a leg of lamb from Asda in Bangor on 20 March and was found guilty of stealing £100 worth of alcohol from B&M Bargains in Pwllheli on 28 February.
Magistrates handed Radcliffe a community order to include a curfew for two months.
Radcliffe must also pay costs to the Crown Prosecution Service of £200 as well as a surcharge to fund victim services of £114 and compensation of £50.