Wirral man told to behave or face losing his home A Wirral man has been issued with a suspended eviction order following aggressive and threatening behaviour.
Action was originally taken against Paul Taaffe of Moreton Road, Upton, in December, 2005, when he threw bags containing household rubbish and bottles at employees of a contractor of Wirral Partnership Homes, hitting an employee in the face.
He also used foul and abusive language towards staff.
Action by Wirral anti-social behaviour team was taken against Taaffe, who gave an undertaking to Birkenhead County Court not to threaten, harass or be abusive towards any employee of Wirral Partnership Homes or any employee of a contractor engaged by them.
He also agreed to not to remain within his home or its immediate locality when contractors were carrying out works.
At Birkenhead County Court on Tuesday, Taaffe was issued with an eviction order, agreed by the parties, which was suspended for two years on condition that he complies with the terms of his tenancy agreement.
If Taaffe breaches the order, he faces eviction from his home. THE GLOBE