Football ban for Hull City fan who assaulted police officer
A man has been banned from attending football matches after assaulting a police officer.
Ashley Robert Kerman, 25, has been given a three-year football banning order.
He became involved in trouble after Hull City's 4-1 win over Millwall.
At Hull Magistrates' Court, Kerman admitted assaulting PC Mark Bennett, resisting Sergeant David Thomas and using threatening behaviour on September 15.
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It means he is not allowed to be within one-and-a-half miles of the KC Stadium when Hull City are playing at home from two hours before the match and four hours after it.
He is also banned from attending towns or cities where the Tigers are playing away matches.
Kerman, of Halliwell Close, east Hull, is also banned from entering any football grounds across the country.