Man banned from Canary Wharf in its first anti-social order
A MAN has been banned from London’s Canary Wharf banking and business district under its first-ever Anti-Social Behaviour order. The exclusion order by magistrates bans Emam Hussain from the area for allegedly harassing a security guard and accusations of shoplifting
A MAN has been banned from London’s Canary Wharf banking and business district under its first-ever Anti-Social Behaviour order.
The exclusion order imposed by magistrates bans Emam Hussain from the area for allegedly harassing a security guard and accusations of shoplifting.
He will still be able to travel through the area on public transport to attend drug rehabilitation, Thames magistrates decided.
But he won’t be allowed off the bus or train within the exclusion’ area for the next three years.
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Hussain, from Shadwell Gardens just two miles away in Shadwell, had been acting “in an anti-social manner,” magistrates agreed.
Police and the local authority stepped in after banning notices issued against Hussain by Canary Wharf management had been repeatedly breached.
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“The police and council have obtained an order against one of our anti-social frequent visitors,” said a Canary Wharf statement. “It is heartening to know he can now be dealt with if he returns.”