Posted on Thursday 13 June 2013 by Ulster Business

Noel

Following his successful release last year from the clutches of Belfast Harbour Police after raising £3,000 bail, Newtownards businessman Noel Brady has yet again found himself on the wrong side of the law.

Noel, along with nine other Captains of Industry will be forced to languish in the gallows of "Spirit", a '92 Sail Training Schooner operated by The Prince's Trust until Noon on 20th June 2013 until he raises at least £1,000 bail by any means necessary, to help The Trust support local disadvantaged young people to get their lives back on track.

" This is the second time I have found myself in this adverse situation," says Noel, " but I am very confident that fairness will prevail and that I can rely on my family, friends and business colleagues to free me from "Spirit" and raise even more bail money than before to help The Prince's Trust carry out their valuable work."

Donations to help ensure Noel's freedom can be made through accessing www.justgiving.com/Noel-Brady1

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