A TEENAGER from Malvern has admitted breaching a Criminal Anti Social Behaviour Order (CRASBO) he was handed just nine days earlier.

Lewis Jones of Cotswold Road was handed the two-year order at Worcester Youth Court on Tuesday, September 30 following a string of offences in the town including criminal damage, assault and defecating in a public place.

But the 18-year-old was arrested again when he was spotted by police in Elgar Avenue – an area he was banned from by the conditions of the order – at 2.35pm on Thursday, October 9.

He appeared at Worcestershire Magistrates Court on Saturday, October 11 where he pleaded guilty to breaching the order and was ordered to pay a £100 fine, £50 court costs and a £20 victim surcharge.

The order also bans Jones, who has been known to police since June 2013, from using foul, abusive or threatening language, from being in company with three specific unnamed individuals in public and making no contact with another.

He is also banned from the area outside the Moat Way shops and part of Pound Bank Road as well as from defecating in public anywhere except a public toilet.

To report any anti-social behaviour to police call 101. In an emergency always dial 999.