A cocaine dealer who spent his profits on designer clothing appeared in court wearing a True Religion sweatshirt.

Joshua Quinn, 26, was caught in Oxford in December with cocaine worth an estimated £10,000 on the street.

Appearing before Oxford Crown Court on Thursday from HMP Bullingdon, Quinn, formerly of Pinnocks Way, Botley, pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply cocaine and cannabis and possession of criminal property - specifically, ‘designer clothing’.

The defendant appeared over the prison video link wearing a sweatshirt with a horseshoe, the logo of expensive clothing brand True Religion, over the breast.

Recorder John Bate-Williams ordered a pre-sentence report and remanded him in custody to be sentenced on February 17