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By agreeing below to the following statements and entering the Adult section you are confirming your consent to this content. - You are of the legal age as defined by law to view potentially offensive content. - You agree to report any material you find that does not follow our Terms and Conditions.A jury hearing the trial of a Blofield glazier accused of causing serious injury by dangerous driving when part of a sheet of glass sheared off and smashed into another car has heard closing speeches.Ryan Bowles, of Byron Road, Great Yarmouth, carried out a string of scams using the websites Gumtree and between March 2015 and May 2017.The 27-year-old was sentenced at Norwich Crown Court on Tuesday after pleading guilty to 21 fraud offences, which left customers £8,870 out of pocket.In one particular scam, the court heard how Bowles had tricked a man into paying £550 for what he thought was a mobile phone.Four fire engines from Carrow, Earlham, Sprowston and Wroxham stations, as well as an aerial platform, were called to the building.

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