A RACIST lout is once again back behind bars over his latest bout of “nasty” abuse.
Ryan Breach admitted two racist harassment offences in Hove and Worthing.
The 31-year-old, with distinctive facial tattoos, has been in and out of prison, notably for breaching a court order which bans him from entering Brighton city centre.
He had shown a “wilful and persistent” disregard for court orders with “continuous breaches”.
Last month he appeared at Crawley Magistrates’ Court where he admitted two new offences.
The first was on August 15 last year where Breach racially abused Dr Stephan Weber in Hove.
He used abusive, insulting or threatening behaviour likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress.
Breach also admitted racist abuse towards Vinojan Vijayakmur in Worthing on October 10 last year.
Magistrate Gavin Oclee-Brown noted both crimes were “racially aggravated, nasty offences”.
Breach was jailed for a total of eight weeks and was ordered to pay £100 compensation to the victims.
The money will be deducted from his benefits.
Previously, The Argus reported how Breach was jailed in January for being “non-compliant” with orders designed to curb his antisocial behaviour.
Breach appeared in court on January 12, with magistrates sending him back to prison for 12 weeks.
In April 2019 Breach, now of Brighton Road, Selden, popped out of court for a “cigarette” break, and moments later was left unable to even stand up.
A court guard said: “He has been extremely aggressive and threatening. I think he has taken some sort of substance.
“We tried to carry him down the front stairs, he isn’t capable of walking.
“I think he has taken something while being inside here.
“He has been taken somewhere else. We won’t let him into the building.”
He told his defence solicitor Mark Rogers he was going to take a cigarette break.
Mr Rogers told the court that it was “a long cigarette break”.
When it was revealed that his client was not able to stand up, Mr Rogers said he was not aware of any alcohol problems with Breach, and said his client could be “a bit gobby”.
In July 2019, Breach attacked PC Samuel Bettles in the accident and emergency department at the Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton.
He also attacked PC Chelsie Maskell and PC James Roberts in police custody, and was jailed for 45 weeks.
In January last year he admitted attacking a woman police officer and breaching the order when he was seen in Surrey Street near the station.
On that occasion he was jailed for 20 weeks.