Home and Away's Justin makes a new enemy at community service

Home and Away spoilers follow for UK viewers.

Home and Away's Justin Morgan will be hit with another problem in upcoming scenes, as he begins his community service, only to make a new enemy.

Justin recently stood trial for GBH after he attacked a stranger named Conor, after lies told by his troublesome teenage daughter Ava Gilbert led him to believe that Conor had kidnapped Ava.

He was relieved to avoid a jail sentence, instead being sentenced to 500 hours of community service and some counselling.

cash newman oversees justin morgan's community service in home and away
Channel 5

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But in scenes airing on Channel 5 next week in the UK, Justin's community service gets off to a bad start.

He shows up for his first day feeling downcast and is met by a friendly face in Cash Newman, who is the police officer in charge of the community service.

Unfortunately for Justin, his connection with Cash means that he is quickly singled out as the cop's friend by one of the other guys who is completing community service. Among a group of petty criminals, this isn't the best first impression for Justin to make.

justin morgan in home and away
Channel 5

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Justin quickly starts to make enemies, with one man in particular taking every opportunity to try to rile him up and get a reaction. But Justin knows that he needs to keep his anger under control after he very narrowly avoided prison time for his attack on Conor.

As the day goes on, Justin struggles to keep a lid on his temper as the young petty thief continues to push his buttons. The guy tries to recruit him into stealing from their clean-up job, but Justin is having none of it.

When the first day draws to a close, Justin is proud of his self-control – but there's a mysterious turn of events when a note is slipped into his backpack through the fence of the neighbouring house.

justin morgan on community service in home and away
Channel 5

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Later that night, Justin is perplexed when he discovers the note, which has seemingly been hand-written by a child and is asking for food and help.

Could the note be another sneaky prank by one of his new enemies, or is something more sinister at play?

Home and Away airs weekdays at 1.45pm on Channel 5 and 6pm on 5STAR. First-look screenings air at 6.30pm on 5STAR and the show also streams on My5.

Selected classic episodes are available via Prime Video in the UK.

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