Dean Fullman, 23, otherwise known as DJ Slimzee, has received what is thought to be the first antisocial behaviour order of its kind for his Rinse FM broadcasts.
The garage station, among the most popular in the pirate scene, helped launch the career of Mercury Prizewinner Dizzee Rascal.
But council officers and the broadcasting authorities say such stations steal electricity, damage buildings and interfere with other radio signals – including those of emergency services.
After a year-long hunt by Ofcom and Tower Hamlets officers, Fullman was caught by surveillance cameras at Shearsmith House in Stepney.
Fullman, of Gernon Road, Bow, received a three-year conditional discharge at Thames Magistrates Court after admitting operating a pirate radio station and causing £10,000 of damage by erecting broadcast equipment.
The court agreed to Tower Hamlets council’s request for an Asbo prohibiting him for five years from entering any roof of any building over four storeys without permission.
Original Source: Evening Standard