A man has been banned from six different city pubs after a series of incidents around the Golden Triangle.

Danny O'Connor, 30, of Hanover Road, appeared at Norwich Magistrates Court on Tuesday, March 12, where he pleaded guilty to failing to comply with a community protection notice, possession of cannabis and threatening behaviour.

This follows an incident at a Tesco in Unthank Road on January 25, when O'Connor bought a four-pack of beer before threatening a security guard and leaving the store.

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He then returned, drinking a can of beer when he was asked to leave again, breaching a previous Community Protection Notice.

Two weeks later on February 7, he was arrested on suspicion of threatening behaviour and taken to Wymondham Police Station for questioning, where he was found to be in possession of cannabis.

O'Connor was handed a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) with the conditions that he must not enter the Unthank Arms in Newmarket Street, The George Hotel in Arlington Lane, The Pear Tree Inn in Unthank Road, The York Tavern in Leicester Street, The Eagle Freehouse in Newmarket Road and The Earlham Arms in Earlham Road.

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He has also been banned from carrying an open container of alcohol in a public place in the city.

Sgt Ali Tassie, from the Operational Partnership Team in Norwich, said: “This individual was committing numerous offences while under the influence of alcohol.

"We hope this CBO will help reduce his offending and offer some reassurance to the specified licensed premises and those in our community that should he break any of the conditions of his CBO, officers have the powers to arrest him, and he can face prosecution.”

In addition to the CBO, O’Connor was ordered to pay a fine of £100, a victim surcharge of £40 and costs of £100.