Su­per­glue man stuck in prison

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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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