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One incident at an A&E department lasted six hours as police struggled to regain control. The figures, obtained under freedom of information laws, show that there is, on average, one incident in the capitals NHS units every 25 minutes. banksy graffiti... is hit by graffiti A BANKSY mural was defaced by graffiti yobs while a public vote was being held to decide on its preservation. An overwhelming 93 per cent of the 250 voters urged the council to keep the punk mural on Beddington Farm Road in Sutton. Now Sutton council, which operates a zero tolerance policy on graffiti, is deciding whether it is possible to restore Banksys work. A JUDGE who had a chilli hot affair with his illegally employed Brazilian cleaner has died. Mohammed Ilyas Khan never worked as an immigration judge again after details of the affair were exposed in 2006 -- but he still kept his job and picked up more than 300,000 from the public purse. The 64-year-old, from north London, retired on Saturday and died a day later, it emerged today. Judge Khan was criticised by Britains most senior judge after becoming caught up in a blackmail case involving the cleaner Roselane Driza and a woman judge, known as Judge J. It emerged during the 2006 trial of Ms Driza, 40, that Judge Khan had sent her texts describing her as chilli hot stuff. Ms Driza, had been accused of stealing videos showing Judge Khan having sex with Judge J and another woman and then attempt- ing to blackmail the woman judge out of 20,000. Ms Driza was jailed for 33 months but freed on appeal and cleared in 2007. The Crown Prosecution Service decided against a retrial because Judge Khan and Judge J w e r e b o t h deemed too ill t o g i v e evidence. Judge Khan was subjected to a lengthy Office for Judicial Complaints investigation headed by the then Lord Chief Justice, Lord Phillips, after the conclusion of Ms Drizas trial. In May last year it concluded that Judge Khan, who had been sent on gardening leave, had demonstrated poor judgment in failing to check Ms Drizas employment status but allowed him to keep his 111,000-a-year job and 48,000-a-year pension. He had been on sick leave since the inquiry concluded. Justice Secretary Jack Straw said he was saddened to learn of Judge Khans death. by georgina littlejohn GUY RITCHIES Mayfair pub could be forced to close if complaining neighbours win their campaign, it was claimed today. The Punch Bowl -- frequented by celebrities including Kevin Spacey and Jude Law -- has been criticised for intolerable noise and causing a severe downward spiral in quality of life for residents during the past 18 months. The group has submitted complaints to Westminster City Council. If upheld, the pubs licence could be revoked. Piers Adam, one of the pubs directors, said: We feel we have behaved very responsibly and hope to prove that. FORMER Stone Roses frontman Ian Brown has been arrested for allegedly attacking his wife. Police were called by the couples neighbours who apparently heard a row break out at their home in West Kensington yesterday morning. Mexican model and actress Fabiola Quiroz, 37, allegedly told officers the singer attacked her. Brown was arrested by police on suspicion of assault. A spokesman for Scotland Yard said: A 46-year-old man was arrested at the address and taken to a police station. He was bailed until mid-December. The couple married in 1999 and have a nine- year-old son, Emilio. In 2005 Brown was arrested for an alleged assault during a concert in San Francisco but released without charge. And in 1998, he served a four-month jail term in Strangeways prison in Manchester after he threatened to cut off a stewardesss hands on board a flight to the city from Paris. 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