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Drunk man arrested twice in three hours at same Byron pub

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About 10pm on Saturday (May 26) security at a Byron Bay pub flagged down patrolling police a after a drunk male allegedly refused to leave the premises and allegedly behaving aggressively towards security.

He arrested and taken to Byron Bay Police Station was issued an infringement notice and directed not to return to return to the Byron Bay CBD including the pub for a period of six hours.

About 1am next morning (May 27) the same male found near the same licensed premises he had earlier refused to leave, still drunk.

The 24-year-old from Everton Hills (QLD) was taken back to the station and issued a further infringement notice for failing to comply with a direction and was held until he sobered up.


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