Drunk causes trouble day after Asbo

This Is Wiltshire: Swindon Magistrates' Court Swindon Magistrates' Court

AGGRESSIVE drunk Duncan Tanguay was arrested for causing trouble on a Swindon bus less than 18 hours after being handed an ASBO for public order offences.

On Friday the 39-year-old, of Five Stiles Road, Marlborough, was convicted of public order offences dating back to September last year.

They included: racially aggravated public order toward school children in Swindon; verbally abusing staff in Minstral and One Stop Shop, being drunk and disorderly in High Street; verbally abusing staff in Tesco; and using threatening violence in London Road.

Appearing before Swindon magistrates he was given a two-year ASBO which prevents him from entering a string of pubs and shops.

On Saturday Tanguay was thrown off a Swindon bus after acting inappropriately towards passengers. Magistrates fined him £100 for a public order offence.

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4:13pm Thu 13 Feb 14

ChannelX says...

What an absolutely absurd waste of everyone's time and money.

Do the magistrates concerned really not understand just what this makes them look like?
What an absolutely absurd waste of everyone's time and money. Do the magistrates concerned really not understand just what this makes them look like? ChannelX
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