Outside court, Minar said that he found Cvoky – the Slovak word for “Crazy” – had been ill treated when he first saw the dog while working at a school in his homeland.
The dog spent six months in quarantine before he could come to the UK. He had been owned by a cleaner who used to hit him.
Minar added: “He is still scared of brushes but likes running around. I am surprised at the law because the barking was not loud.”
He was ordered to pay the court bill at a rate of £20 monthly.
Another of those European migrants doing vital jobs that we must have here, I see….