Portsmouth woman given three-month Asbo and told to start behaving

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MAGISTRATES have imposed an anti-social behaviour order (Asbo) on a woman for repeatedly causing drink-related trouble.

Lisa Ayling will have to stick to the conditions of the interim Asbo until February 27 when the courts will review her behaviour.

If she continues to cause trouble the 30-year-old could receive an Asbo for at least two years.

Ayling, of Sydenham Court, Landport, has been banned from drinking alcohol in any public place, apart from licensed premises.

She will be committing an offence if she is found drunk in public or goes to Omega House, in Omega Street, Southsea – the scene of some of her offending.

The order also bans her from Windsor House in Canal Walk, Landport and Sydenham Court.

If Ayling breaches the conditions of the order she will be arrested and brought back to court. The maximum sentence for breaching an Asbo is five years in prison.