A “lack of stability” in a Bunbury man’s life has forced a South West magistrate to revoke bail after it was found there was no way he would be able to comply with any conditions the court could impose. Jordan Elliott Reich appeared in Bunbury Magistrate’s Court via video link from Bunbury Regional Prison on Friday where a bail application was made on his behalf. At the same time as the bail application was made, the police made an application to have his existing bail revoked. Police prosecutor Senior Constable Karl Rep told the court Mr Reich had “continually re-offended”, had failed to report to Bunbury police as required and it seemed having the threat of going into custody for reoffending made no difference to Mr Reich. Mr Reich was previously remanded in custody charged with further offences while on bail for a number of charges, including allegedly breaking in to a home and throwing a green wheelie bin at a man who was not known to him. He was alleged to have shoplifted clothing items from Big W at the Bunbury Forum Shopping Centre and later followed another person allegedly while he had his hands down his pants. In submissions, Mr Reich’s lawyer Michelle Huber told the court Mr Reich was effectively rendered homeless after he returned to his home address to find squatters had moved in. Ms Huber also told the court Mr Reich had misunderstood his reporting conditions. It was also submitted that Mr Reich believed a security guard was watching him try on clothes despite allegedly causing concern among staff members when he could be heard making noises and only had his hands down his pants “to keep warm”. Magistrate Linda Keane found the lack of stable accommodation provided to the court made it very difficult for Mr Reich to comply with any condition the court could impose as part of his bail. Mr Reich’s bail was revoked and he was remanded in custody until his next appearance on July 12.