NO PRISON could hold him (erm he wasn’t actually in jail-Ed). For the last six months, John has been banished from the centre of Grays as part of his bail conditions.
He tells us that his case has been dealt with and he is now allowed, once more to walk amongst the people of Grays. However, John tells us that he is a reformed character: He supports the booze ban in Grays and looks to the reform of the criminal justice system.
John tells us how he has survived in exile and his plans to get a job.