LETTER: Friendly man

While according to your article in last week’s paper [February 24] Clinton Snelling may well have deserved the injunction against anti-social behaviour that has been served on him, I think it was wrong for you to devote nearly the whole of your front page to his picture.

A few years ago now Clinton worked as a window cleaner and during this time I always found him polite, hard-working and friendly.

It seems that the deterioration in his behaviour must be largely, if not entirely, due to his use of drugs and drink and that rather than pillorying him, some effort should be made to help and rehabilitate him.

Judith Land

Leicester Road, Lewes