An Oxford man has been remanded in custody after he admitted breaching his bail curfew 11 times in as many days.

Wilfred Mosira, 35, was released by the magistrates on bail on April 16.

He was back before Oxford Magistrates’ Court on Bank Holiday Monday, when he admitted breaching his bail by skipping his curfew 11 times between April 19 and 30 and failing to sign on at the police station.

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Mosira, of no fixed address, denied a separate charge of stealing clothes from the Oxford H&M branch in the Westgate Shopping Centre on May 1.

The magistrates remanded him in custody to return to court on May 9 for a trial preparation hearing.

John Berry appeared for Mosira. Tina Flannery represented the Crown Prosecution Service.

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