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Monday, 28 July 2014

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Infatuated chef harassed waitress, Carlisle court told

A chef who harassed a waitress after becoming infatuated with her has appeared in court.

Andrzej Malslowski, 39, a Polish national, of Priory Road, off Wigton Road, Carlisle, was working at The Glenridding Hotel at Ullswater near Penrith when the offence took place.

Malslowski admitted a charge of harassment without violence when he appeared before magistrates in Carlisle.

Jayne Mackrill, prosecuting, told the court that he fell in love with the waitress while working at the hotel but although his feelings were not reciprocated and she told him to stop pestering her, he kept sending text messages declaring his feelings.

One of his text messages said he would commit suicide if they were not together.

Helen Wallace, defending, said he had been foolish and admitted his actions were wrong. He had suffered a breakdown and was a man of previous good character having served in the Polish army and the police.

Magistrates adjourned sentencing until October 14 for probation reports.

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