A MAN jailed for killing a pony-and-trap driver has been handed another jail term.

Oliver Wareham was back before Southampton Magistrates’ Court after he pleaded guilty to attending Butts Road, Sholing, which he was not permitted to do by a non-molestation order made by the family courts in June 2017.

In February, the 29-year-old was sentenced to four years and four months in prison for killing William Gaskin.

Wareham knocked down and killed the 33-year-old rider after he had consumed six-and-a-half pints of lager, two shots of Jagermeister and a Jack Daniels on March 26, 2017.

The fatal crash came less than two weeks after Wareham was in court for hitting a number of road traffic signs on the same road.

Wareham, of Rownhams Road, Southampton, pleaded guilty to breaching the terms of the non-molestation order.

He was sentenced to 13 weeks’ imprisonment, which will run concurrently to his current term.

He was also ordered to pay £115 victim surcharge.