Man is accused of being disorderly at Belfast International Airport

Man is accused of being disorderly at Belfast International Airport

A MAN is alleged to have been disorderly at Belfast International Airport.

Sibuele Nicholas Tshezi (30), with an address listed as 'no fixed abode' in Belfast, is charged in relation to April 14 this year.

Also on April 14 he is alleged to have assaulted a female and is accused of entering a 'restricted zone' at the airport.

The defendant is also accused of causing criminal damage to an Airport Police cell van on, according to the charge sheet, April 15.

A defence solicitor told Antrim Magistrates Court, sitting in Ballymena, the defendant lives in England.

The case was adjourned to May 24 to get the "attitude" of the defendant to the charges.

  • Main picture: General image of Belfast International Airport.