A MAN who was on bail for breaching a restraining order designed to protect his mum turned up at her house in breach of both court orders.

Blackburn magistrates heard Mohammed Ishmail was found in the cellar at his mothers address where he admitted he had slept on several occasions.

Ishmail, 23, of no fixed address, pleaded guilty to breach of a restraining order and breach of bail. He was remanded in custody until June 24 when he is due to be sentenced for the earlier breach and the magistrates will have the benefit of a pre-sentence report.

Tracy Yates, prosecuting, said on Tuesday the defendant's mother called police saying he was at the back door asking for money.

"She refused and he went into the unlocked cellar where the police found him," said Mrs Yates.

"He said he knew he shouldn't g onto Palatine Road where his mum lives but said he was in the area and "popped in" to have a chat with her.

Ghaffer Khan, defending, said the earlier breach was in the same circumstances with his client being arrested in the cellar which is partially furnished and has a bed in it.

"His mother has always cared for him but she has an adult daughter and my client does not get on with his sister," said Mr Khan.

"He says he had seen his mum earlier in the day and she said she would make him some food if he came round later on."

Remanding Ishmail in custody the chairman of the magistrates said he had shown total disregard for the restrictions placed on him.