A KIDDERMINSTER father has been fined after he allowed his son to break Covid-19 restrictions during the lockdown.

Job Clarke, of Stoney Lane, appeared before magistrates at Worcester Justice Centre on Tuesday, October 12.

The 52-year-old was charged with failing to comply with instructions during the country's emergency period.

He allowed his son to breach restrictions on March 9 this year, when government rules were in place.

Clarke was ordered to pay a total of £349, which includes a £220 fine, costs of £95 and a £34 victim surcharge.