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12 March 2012, 12:16 | Updated: 30 March 2016, 13:50
Premier League star Nicklas Bendtner's been cleared of vandalising cars parked in Newcastle city centre.
The prosecution withdrew the case against him after he was charged with five counts of criminal damage with Sunderland captain Lee Cattermole.
The Danish star, on loan with Sunderland from Arsenal for a year, and who scored the only goal in the Black Cats' win over Liverpool on Saturday, was not at Newcastle Magistrates' Court for the hearing.
Cattermole was present, dressed in a grey suit and black shirt, and no pleas were entered to the five charges relating to £4,168.27 of damage caused to cars on December 6th.
The cars were parked in Stowell Street in Newcastle's China Town - only a few hundred yards from Newcastle United's St James' Park.
The case was adjourned at the request of the prosecution.
23 year old Cattermole who gave his address as Aislaby near Yarm, Teesside, was granted unconditional bail until 2pm on March 26th when the case will be heard again.