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Grantham court: Homophobic phone calls made to Stoke Rochford Hall




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A man has pleaded guilty to making offensive calls by mobile phone to the reception at Stoke Rochford Hall on July 1.

Shamsuddin Ahamad, 46, of Washingborough Hall Hotel, Church Hill, Lincoln, admitted the offence which the court was told included homophobic comments.

Magistrates adjourned the case until August 13 for a pre-sentence report.

Mr Ahamad was granted unconditional bail.



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