A woman has been told she can no longer “urinate or defecate” in public after a string of offences.

Amanda Lee, from Mount Pleasant in Crewe, Cheshire, was also banned from using abusive language or a dog to threaten people in a public place.

The 50-year-old has been slapped with a Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) after 15 convictions spanning from 1996-2018, Cheshire Live reports.

A police constable said "there comes a point when you have to say enough is enough".

Anyone who encounters Lee breaching the terms of her CBO is asked to report it to Cheshire Constabulary by calling 101.

It prevents Lee from doing the following five things in the Crewe area:

  • Not to be in possession of alcohol in an open container within the exclusion zone (namely the area bordered by Vernon Way, West Street, Hightown, Browning St, Richard Moon St, Flag Lane, Dunwoody Way, Oak St)
  • Not to use abusive language or threatening behaviour in a public place. Including using a dog to threaten or intimidate people
  • Not to contact police on 999 or 101 or by any means (including using a third party to contact police on your behalf) unless you have a genuine reason for doing so
  • Not to urinate or defecate in any open space, public or private
  • Not to enter Preece Court

Police Constable Alex Barker, of the Crewe Beat Management Team, said: “A Criminal Behaviour Order is sought once all reasonable avenues have been explored regarding persistent offenders.

“In this case, Lee’s attitude and behaviour has been ongoing since the 1990s and she has been convicted numerous times for incidents that impacts greatly on residents.

“She has persistently shown no consideration at all for the actions her offending has had on others.

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“There comes a point when you have to say enough is enough and take additional action to protect the community and businesses in the area.”

It is a criminal offence to breach a CBO with the maximum penalty being a five-year prison sentence.

Her previous offences include anti-social behaviour, harassment, public order offences and abusing the 999 system.

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