UPDATED WITH PICTURE: Homeless street drinker banned from town centre

Andrew Peter Robinson
Andrew Peter Robinson

A ‘prolific’ street drinker has been banned from drinking alcohol in public after his drunken behaviour caused regular ‘harassment and distress’.

The two-year-long Anti Social Behaviour Order prevents Andrew Peter Robinson, 45, of no fixed abode, drinking in public and remaining on any land or premises having been asked to leave by the occupier.

He must not set foot in Aylesbury town centre including Vale Park, Whitehill Park and Alexander Road. The only exception is when he visits the job centre on Oxford Road.

Robinson is also banned from going to the Accident and Emergency department of Stoke Mandeville Hospital unless he needs genuine medical treatment.

PC Andrew Smith, Anti Social Behaviour Officer for Aylesbury Vale, said: “Mr Robinson is a prolific homeless street drinker.

“His behaviour has caused regular harassment and distress to users of Aylesbury Town Centre and Stoke Mandeville Accident & Emergency Department. The issue of this Anti Social Behaviour Order will go a long way in minimising his behaviour and encourage Mr Robinson to change his ways.”

The public are asked to contact Thames Valley Police on 101 if they see Robinson breaching the ASBO.