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Judge Rinder explodes as claimant dares to interrupt in heated trial: ‘Listen to me!’

Judge Rinder exploded at a claimant after he was interrupted during a recent courtroom dispite.

The TV barrister presided over a case between Francesco and Henry, who were at loggerheads over a tiling job that went wrong, on Monday’s show when he commanded respect.

Francesco claimed that Henry didn’t complete the DIY job to the standard he was expecting and that he caused a gas leak in the process of his shoddy work.

Meanwhile, Henry denied causing any damage and counter-sued Francesco for an outstanding payment for carrying out the work.

As Judge Rinder set the wheels in motion in the courtroom, Francesco started speaking without being asked – a big mistake.

‘Be quiet!’ Judge Rinder initially snapped, as he urged Francesco to zip it.

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Judge Rinder exploded at Francesco during Monday’s episode (Picture: ITV)

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Francesco dared to interrupt Judge Rinder (Picture: ITV)

However, Francesco wasn’t having any of it and continued to yap.

‘He was blind because he was saying he didn’t search,’ he said. ‘You can see the gas pipe.’

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Henry and Francesco were settling a tiling dispute (Picture: ITV)

At this point, Judge Rinder raised his voice and bellowed: ‘You listen to me!’

Francesco quickly stopped talking at this point, allowing Judge Rinder to continue to talk through the case.

The episode ended in Francesco’s favour and he was awarded £1210 by Judge Rinder, while Henry’s counter claim was thrown out.

Judge Rinder did, however, point out that he left with his reputation in tact.

Judge Rinder airs weekdays at 2pm on ITV.

Credit: Original article published here.

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