A 41-year-old tailor, Monday Udor, on Tuesday, showed up in an Ajegunle Magistrates' Court for supposedly harming a client's garments worth N10,000.
The respondent is confronting one-check charge of noxious harm, the claim to which he argued not blameworthy.
The investigator, Insp Olugbenga Salami, told the court that one Mr Ugo Friday took his garments to the respondent's shop for sewing on April 4 however Udor couldn't return it as at when due.
As indicated by the investigator, when Ugo in the long run got back to gather his garments from Udor, the materials were mostly singed during the time spent pressing.
He said the complainant requested a discount of the expense of the garments, the respondent would not pay.
As per the investigator, the offense repudiates the arrangement of Section 339 of the Lagos State Criminal Code Laws, 2015.
Be that as it may, the officer, Mrs Oluwakemi Williams-Isichie, conceded the respondent safeguard in the whole of N20,000 with two dependable sureties, who must show proof of expense installment.
She dismissed the case until June 3 for notice.