Abusive calls lead to behaviour ban

A man from Manchester who used racist and homophobic language
against council staff has had an indefinite antisocial behaviour
order made against him.

Manchester magistrates granted the order against Michael Guilfoyle
after a series of abusive phone calls over a re-housing

Guilfoyle must not act antisocially, use threatening, insulting or
abusive language or homophobic abuse in public, to the council’s
housing staff or to workers at North British Housing. He is also
banned from approaching or communicating with any witnesses, and
threatening to cause violence.

If he breaches the order he could be jailed for up to five years.

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