A man who was on bail for burglary, common assault and disorderly behaviour has been given one last chance by a judge after he breached his conditions last weekend.

At 12.45am on January 8, police carried out a bail check on Brian Francis Paul Corrigan (37), of Derrylin Road, Enniskillen however he was not at his address at the time of the call.

Corrigan is facing three charges in relation to an incident in Trasna Way, Lisnaskea on December 24, 2021.

Enniskillen Magistrates Court heard that when Corrigan was made aware of the bail check, he arranged a time for police to attend his home and he was arrested for the breach.

A police officer told the court this was Corrigan's second breach in a short space of time with District Judge Steven Keown remarking that the risk of Corrigan is not being managed through bail conditions.

Garry Smyth, representing Corrigan, told the court his client had met someone and made the foolish decision not to return to his home.

Judge Keown further commented that Corrigan "doesn't seem to have regard for his job or liberty".

Mr. Smyth argued that the case was at an early stage and that Corrigan may be managed by tightening his bail.

Judge Keown warned Corrigan this was his last chance on bail and if he comes before the court again he would be happily reminded he had issued that warning.

Adding an electronic tag to Corrigan's existing bail conditions, Judge Keown adjourned the matter until January 24.