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No entry to pub ahead of assault sentencing

A man has been barred from entering The Regal pub in Gloucester while he awaits sentence for assault.

Christian Lord, 24, of Wattisham Road, Kingsway, pleaded guilty at Cheltenham Magistrates' Court to assaulting Warren Rogers.

He also admitted using threatening, abusive or insulting behaviour with the intention of causing people to believe that unlawful violence would be used.

Lord accepted the offences were committed in breach of a suspended jail sentence he received at Gloucester Crown Court in March 2019 for malicious wounding and assault by beating.

Committing him to Gloucester Crown Court to be sentenced on October 1, magistrates granted him bail with him condition he must not enter The Regal in King's Square.

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