An Armagh man accused of using a counterfeit tenner has been told not to enter a local store.
Eoghan Joseph Donnellan, 21, of Linenhall Street, appeared charge with tendering counterfeit currency at the city’s Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday.
A police constable said they believed they could connect defendant to the charge.
The charge related to a fake Ulster Bank £10 note.
Prosecution asked that the case was adjourned until March 5 when a decision will be taken.
Donnellan was released on his own bail of £100, with the condition that he was not to enter Emerson’s Supermarket in Armagh.
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