Man sings to judge after being found guilty

Man sings to judge after being found guilty

A man sung an Adele song to a judge after he was found guilty of unlawful imprisonment and carrying a weapon.

Brian Earl Taylor was clearly devastated about his crimes as he belted out lyrics of the singer's hit track 'Hello' in court after he learnt he was being prosecuted for his illegal-doings.

He sung: "Hello there, your honour. I wanna say I'm sorry, for the things I've done."

The 25-year-old gentleman's performance was appreciated by Judge Darlene O'Brien at Washtenaw County Trial Court in Detroit as she told him he is a very "talented" man.

But, nevertheless, he was still sentenced to two years in prison for illegally carrying a concealed weapon and 18 months to 15 years for unlawful imprisonment.

Mr Taylor was arrested after he was found fighting with another man and holding a gun to his stomach.