The owner of a skateboarding dog has been fined 80 and threatened with legal action for not keeping his freewheeling Lakeland terrier on a lead. Jonathan Fell, 51, has already been threatened with an Asbo by killjoy council officials in Brighton, East Sussex, where his dog Bodhi is a familiar sight as he performs kerbside stunts. The talented terrier has become a YouTube sensation with more than 20,000 followers, and has even appeared in a brief clip on ITV show Britains Got Talent last month. But after two woman complained they tripped over Bodhis skateboard, Brighton & Hove City Council fined Mr Fell for failing to keep him on a lead. The landscape gardener said: 'Bodhi is always under control. He loves skateboarding and is not a criminal. 'Its something that makes people laugh. I never trained him to skateboard, its just what he loves to do. A council spokesman said Mr Fell has 14 days to pay up, otherwise he will be forced to appear before magistrates and could face a 1,000 fine. He said: 'We know Bodhis antics are an amusing sight and the dog and spectators appear to enjoy it. But when people start getting hurt and we receive complaints we have a legal duty to act. Bodhi remains free to skate in local parks - but not in dog-f