Man banned from King’s Cross and Euston stations over verbal abuse
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A man has been banned from two railway stations after verbally abusing staff.
Oscar Brown was convicted of using threatening and abusive words or behaviour at Westminster Magistrates’ Court and barred from entering Euston and King’s Cross St Pancras stations.
In April the 44-year-old started swearing at staff at an All Bar One in Euston station after they caught him begging and asked him to move away from customers.
Brown, of Park Street, Luton, was given a 12 month conditional discharge and a criminal behaviour order (CBO) for three years.
Under the terms of the CBO, Brown is banned from entering or alighting at both stations and prohibited from entering any part of the railway network whilst under the influence of drink or drugs. If found to be in breach of the CBO, he could face jail.
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He was also ordered to pay £50 court costs and a £20 victim surcharge during the trial in May.
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