Oxford man bans alcohol after London Double Tree Hotel attack

An Oxford man who assaulted a woman in a London hotel has been ordered not to drink for 120 days.

Daniel Oakes, 35, of Hollow Way, Oxford, admitted to assaulting a woman at the Hilton Double Tree Hotel in Pepys Street, City of London on March 26.

Magistrates in Westminster, where Oakes was sentenced, gave him a six-week sentence, suspended for a year.

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He was ordered to adhere to an abstinence from alcohol tag of 120, prohibiting him from drinking alcohol.

Oakes must also complete the Building Better Relationships course with the probation service and up to 20 days of rehabilitative activities requirement.

A restraining order limits his contact with his victim and prohibits him from going to an Oxford property, two schools or the Sainsbury’s hypermarket in Cowley.

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