Two men from Epsom have been given three year Criminal Behaviour Orders which bans them from being drunk in public in the borough.

Craig Button, 33, and Tom Daly, 21, were given the order at Staines Magistrates Court on Tuesday, May 8.

PC Elena Boafo from the Epsom & Ewell Safer Neighbourhood Team said: “The anti-social behaviour of Daly and Button was having a huge impact on other people in the borough which is why we applied to the Court for the CBO to manage their behaviour.

"The statements compiled from residents and business owners by both the Borough and ASB teams amounted to an overwhelming amount of evidence presented in court and we hope that as a result of these orders, we will reduce the negative impact they have had on the local community."

“Button and Daly’s impact on their neighbours’ health and wellbeing was substantial - this involved fighting, smashing windows and furniture at their home address.

"Both Daly and Button would get drunk in public places, becoming abusive to members of staff, which would lead to them being violent towards both the public and police.”

Under the conditions of the CBO the pair are prohibited from:

1. Behaving in a manner or inciting others to behave in a manner either verbally or physically which causes or is likely to cause alarm harassment or distress to any person in the County of Surrey.

2. Being intoxicated in any Public Place in the borough of Epsom & Ewell

3. Entering any licensed premises named in the Epsom PubWatch banning notice namely The Assembly Rooms (Wetherspoons), Fever and Boutique, Faraday, Slug & Lettuce, Boogie Lounge, Marquis of Granby, Epsom Racecourse (Jockey Club), Albion, Rifleman, Jolly Coopers, The Rocket, Cricketers, Station (Stoneleigh) also premises Dia Y Noche and Maxy Express in the Borough of Epsom and Ewell.

The order will remain in place for three years until 08/05/2021.

If Button or Daly fail to comply with any of the conditions of the Order they will be committing a criminal offence and could be sent to prison or fined or both.

You can report any breaches to Surrey Police on 999 in an emergency (breach happening now), or dialling 101.