BARNET have taken former Leyton Orient bad-boy Billy Lobjoit on trial.
The 19-year-old forward left Orient in March after admitting two offences of robbery at St Albans Crown Court.
Lobjoit was given a suspended prison sentence, disqualified from driving for two years and banned from entering licensed premises on Fridays and Saturdays after 7pm.
Following his departure from the League One outfit, Lobjoit joined Conference North side Bishop's Stortford to finish the campaign.
He is now looking to push back up the football pyramid and turned out for the Bees in a friendly fixture on Saturday.
Lobjoit has previously spent time on-loan at Boreham Wood in the Conference South, for whom he scored twice for in six appearances.
Harry Beautyman, who played with Lobjoit in Orient's academy, was also on trial at the Hive and the duo were joined by fellow hopeful Stefan Payne.
If midfielder Beautyman joins, he will be the second England C player to sign for the club this summer, alongside giant centre-back Anthony Acheampong.
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