A drunken thug has been banned from boozing in his home town – after he became so violent police tasered him THREE times following a street brawl.
Ian Moorhouse, 22, has inflicted a reign of terror in Kidderminster, Worcs., by racking up 32 offences for assaults and affrays – one dating back to when he was aged just 12.
He has been so violent he even caused one of his victims to be taken into intensive care for several days after he punched him unconscious.
On another occasion police zapped with 50,000 volts three times just so he could be handcuffed after he headbutted an officer and elbowed another cop in the face.
Moorhouse has now been banned from entering Kidderminster town centre and nearby Bewdley on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings under the terms of a Criminal Anti-Social Behaviour Order (CRASBO).
The three-year order also bans Moorhouse from using or threatening violence towards any person, consuming alcohol or being drunk in the town centre.
He is also banned from communicating maliciously either by phone, text messages or social networking sites or anything that causes or is likely to cause alarm, harassment or distress.
The CRASBO was imposed by Worcester Magistrates in September when he was jailed for three assaults, and using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour, obstructing police, and resisting police.
It came into effect on December 20 when he was released from prison and yesterday (Mon) police urged members of the public to report Moorhouse if they see him breaking his CRASBO.
Pc Andy Forbes, of West Mercia Police, said: “Moorhouse earned a reputation for being the main cause of disorder in Kidderminster on the busiest nights of the week.
“He picked fights with people, and tried to get into pubs and clubs, despite being banned from most of them, becoming threatening and aggressive when refused entry.
“Moorhouse’s behaviour is clearly unacceptable and people who want to enjoy a night out in Kidderminster or Bewdley need to be protected from him.
“If Moorhouse breaks the CRASBO, he could be jailed for up to five years. Several people have recently been jailed for flouting the terms of their CRASBOs or ASBOs, so this is no idle threat.”