This is the man who took a bag of cannabis to a Dublin garda station to complain that it was “not of good quality”.
Arthur Liwembe (34) went to the station of his own accord and presented the cannabis to a garda to say he was not happy with it.
The former student nurse has been spared a six-month jail stretch.
Instead, he has been ordered to carry out 200 hours of community service.
Dublin District Court was told that he has separately been given a deportation order.
Liwembe, an asylum seeker, pleaded guilty to unlawful possession of cannabis at Kilmainham Garda Station last July 10.
He also pleaded guilty to a number of other charges.
Defence solicitor Anne Fitzgibbon told Judge John Hughes that since his last court appearance in March, Liwembe had been found suitable for community service.
The only problem, she said, was the issuing of an order to leave Ireland by June 22, or present for