A Port Hedland man who pleaded guilty to an indecent assault earlier this year has been slapped with a $50 fine for breaching a family violence restraining order. Shaun McGuire, 61, appeared in South Hedland Magistrates court last month after visiting the residence of the protected person. At about 9.20am on April 12 the accused was at a suburban address in South Hedland when police were called to attend. Police found the accused, who is currently bound by a violence restraining order, inside the house where the protected person was staying. The protected person was not present when Mr McGuire arrived. He was later arrested and told police his wife called him to say the home had been subject to a burglary. Mr McGuire received an eight-month suspended term of imprisonment in May after pleading guilty to indecently assaulting a women in front of her son while in Perth lockdown. Magistrate Gavin MacLean said considering the circumstances he understood the reason for the breach. “I suppose there are other things that he or she (the wife) could have done but in the circumstances of what was going on, it’s hard to be too grumpy about someone going back to a house that has been the subject of a burglary when they’re called by their partner,” he said. Mr McGuire was ordered to pay a $50 fine.