‘Ninja Man’: No footage of break-in

Street character Anthony Fitzpatrick “Ninja Man” Lynch said he has been told there is no footage of the break-in of the Museum of Parliament.

However, moments later, he asked for a fine or a suspended sentence for the offences.

Lynch, 69, was back in the District “A” Magistrates’ Court yesterday where he is facing two counts relating to burglary of the museum.

He was not required to plead to entering the museum, which is housed in the historic Parliament Buildings, between September 30 and October 11 last year, and stealing: a briefcase worth $500; two armorial badges worth $13 200; a cutlass valued at $250; a jacket worth $10 000; a cummerbund valued at $6 000; a cup worth $4 000; a conch shell valued at $150; a pipe worth $8 000; a rebate plane worth $200; three hand drills worth $600; and an awl valued at $200, all belonging to the State.

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