Superglue man stuck in prison
A RED-FACED protester who glued his hands to a prison door in support of a jailed gunman said he was “embarrassed” by the stunt.
John Anthony Cain, 25, was fined £100 and ordered to pay costs after appearing before magistrates in Manchester where he admitted criminal damage.
He was among a group of demonstrators calling for the release of Domenyk Noonan who is locked up at Strangeways prison for breaching the terms of his licence following last year’s riots.
Unemployed Cain had coated his hands with glue before pressing them against the metal doors used to let prison vans into HMP Manchester.
Noonan, 47, was caged in 2005 after a gun was found in his car.
He was released on licence on 2010, but recalled after being nicked during the August riots in Manchester.
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