England fan intruder case adjourned
An England supporter accused of trespassing after he entered England's dressing room following their 0-0 draw against Algeria today had his case adjourned until next Wednesday.
Pavlos Joseph, 32, from Crystal Palace, south-east London, appeared at a special World Cup court in Cape Town this morning.
His solicitor Craig Webster requested an adjournment until June 30 because the the defence are still awaiting requested CCTV footage from inside the stadium.
At a previous hearing Joseph was banned from attending future World Cup matches, his passport was withheld, and he was released on 500 rand bail after allegedly entering the dressing room and berating the England players following the match last Friday.
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