A HOMELESS man may be made subject to another criminal behaviour order (CBO) after making threats, begging and being violent at a police station.

Benjamin Kreisler who sleeps rough in Worcester wants to contest the criminal behaviour order application which was due to be heard at the magistrates court on Tuesday.

However, the hearing involving the 34-year-old was adjourned as Kreisler, of no fixed address, had not been produced from prison.

He is due to be released from HMP Hewell today (Wednesday) and is expected to make contact with the probation service that day.

The clerk of the court said: "Mr Kreisler does oppose the application so he will need to be in attendance for the hearing."

The CBO application follows Kreisler's conviction on October 3 this year for the use of threatening, abusive, insulting words or behaviour to cause harassment, alarm or distress, begging in a public place and violent disorder at a police station.

Mark Johnson, prosecuting, said: "We're going to have to get word to him. He's a man that lives something of an itinerant lifestyle."

Susie Duncan, for Kreisler, said upon release he would be subject to post-sentence supervision and will have to have contact with the probation service.

She said some of the clauses within the criminal behaviour order would be contested by her client.

The case was adjourned and the next hearing is set to take place on December 6.

We have previously reported how Kreisler was given a two year criminal behaviour order (CBO) in April 2016.

The order banned him from entering Crowngate Shopping Centre, Broad Street and Black Horse Walk, as well as using the public toilets other than for their intended use.

Under this previous order Kreisler was allowed to enter the bus station, but prohibited from causing alarm, distress, or harassing members of the public by swearing, approaching people and making verbal or physical threats.

He was also ordered not to consume or be in possession of an open container of alcohol, in areas where it is not allowed.