A judge has imposed a suspended two-month prison term on a man who breached a Safety Order to his ex-wife when addressing post to the couple’s dog at the woman’s home. At the district court, Judge Alec Gabbett said that the man signed off one letter to the dog, ‘Woof, Woof, Woof’. The letter was one of a number of communications sent in the post to the dog in May and June 2022 that also included a copy of the Irish Constitution and a bag of dog food. The deliveries prompted Gardaí to arrest the man for the alleged breach of the Safety Order in July 2022 after the woman lodged a complaint. Judge Gabbett found the man guilty of the breach last November and adjourned sentencing to allow a Probation Report be prepared. However, Judge Gabbett said that there was no Probation Report before the court as the man became threatening at his meeting with the Probation Officer resulting in the Probation Officer abandoning the meeting after pressing a panic button. More… Join the Irish Mirror’s breaking news service on WhatsApp. Click this link to receive breaking news and the latest headlines direct to your phone. We also treat our community members to special offers, promotions, and adverts from us and our partners. If you don’t like our community, you can check out any time you like. If you’re curious, you can read our Privacy Notice.