ROBBER Stephen Geoffrey Williams celebrated his early release from prison by getting drunk.
But Williams, 29, was also abusive, which put him in breach of his ASBO and he was arrested.
So within 24 hours of his release from a three-year prison sentence he was recalled – and put back behind bars.
Williams, now of no fixed address, appeared in custody at Flintshire Magistrates Court last Thursday and admitted a breach of his ASBO by swearing repeatedly in Hampden Way, Acrefair.
District Judge Andrew Shaw was told Williams had already been recalled.
He said he would not add to his sentence and gave him 14 days concurrent.
Williams protested at his re-call but was told it was out of the court's hands.
He said: "Why are they recalling me? All right, I was drunk, but I will lose everything.
"I was drunk and stupid but I’ve not robbed anyone or anything like that."
Judge Shaw said he had been recalled to prison.
It was a condition of his release that he had to be of good behaviour.
"You were not, so that's it," the judge explained.
Defending solicitor Elspeth Elley said Williams was in a low mood and angry with himself as he’d been stupid.