A man from Amersham has been banned from a restaurant in the town centre due to his “threatening and abusive” behaviour.

Frederick Brinklow, aged 24, of Briery Way, has been handed an exclusion order preventing him entering The Beech House, in Hill Avenue, for one year.

The 24-year-old is not permitted inside the pub and restaurant in the centre of town without permission from the licence holder.

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Brinklow received the court-mandated exclusion order after he admitted to using threatening or abusive words or behaviour in Amersham on August 31, 2020. His behaviour was serious enough that those nearby would have been likely to feel alarm or distress, a court found.

At a hearing at Wycombe Magistrates’ Court on November 11, Brinklow admitted the offence having initially pleaded not guilty.

As well as the exclusion order, Brinklow was also fined £108 and ordered to pay £184 in court costs.

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