A man banned from every licensed restaurant in the country is back in jail after breaching his antisocial behaviour order (ASBO) for the 14th time. Christopher Travis was served with the ASBO in 2010 after travelling the country, ordering food and then refusing to pay for it.
Today he was sent to prison for two years after the hearing at Plymouth Crown Court. Jonathan Gibson has been speaking to restaurant owners targeted, and will have a full report on ITV News West Country at 6pm.
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