‘Persistent’ Spalding street drinker kicked out of UK

A 28-year-old man from Spalding described as a "persistent" street drinker by police has been banned from the UK for a year.
A 28-year-old man from Spalding described as a "persistent" street drinker by police has been banned from the UK for a year.
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A 28-year-old man from Spalding branded as a “persistent” street drinker by police has been kicked out of the UK.

Dawid Szumlanski, formerly of Spring Street, was excluded from the country on Tuesday January 13 under an Administrative Removal order issued by the Home Office.

David Szumlanski who has been kicked out of the UK and banned from re-entering the country for a year.

David Szumlanski who has been kicked out of the UK and banned from re-entering the country for a year.

Szumlanski, originally from Poland, will be unable to re-enter the UK for at least one year, although he can apply to return here thereafter.

South Holland Community Policing Inspector Jim Tyner said: “Szumlanski blighted Spalding with his persistent street drinking and he was also convicted of shop theft during the Operation Washer period in December.”

Operation Washer was a 24-day police initiative last month aimed at preventing and deterring crime in Spalding town centre in the run-up to Christmas.