A football fan who was banned from attending matches has fallen foul of the law again after failing to comply with his banning order.

Vinnie Eastman, from Totteridge Road, failed to comply with the requirement to surrender his passport at High Wycombe police station in November of last year.

Twenty-seven-year-old Eastman threw the bottle at the Stadium of Light during Sunderland's first League One game against Oxford United on August 3.

Eastman, was at the match supporting Oxford, was on the top tier of the north stand and threw the plastic bottle from the top of the stand shortly after the visitors had scored in the first half.

The bottle hit a Sunderland fan who was sat in the lower tier in the back of the neck.

He received a five year banning order in September - which order forbids Eastman from attending any regulated football match in the UK until 2024, which includes Premier League, Championship, League One, League Two and National League fixtures, as well as England home internationals.

It also prevents him from travelling abroad to watch international friendlies, qualification matches and tournaments.

He was fined £50 and forced to pay fees of £85 as well as a £32 victim surcharge after failing to comply with the order.