A man has been charged after failing to leave a licensed premises last month. About 6.30pm on Saturday, September 24, a 61-year-old Oxley Park man was refused service at a licensed premises in St Marys because he was deemed to have drunk enough. He left the venue, but returned a short time later. He was refused entry and became argumentative towards staff, who then called the police. When the police arrived, they took the man home and left him in the care of a family member. About two hours later, police were called to another licensed premises in Colyton, where they found the same man had again been asked to leave the premises because he was drunk. He walked around allegedly punching walls and again refused to leave. He was arrested and taken to Penrith police station, where he was charged with failing to leave a licensed premises and attempting to re-enter a licensed premises after being refused entry. The man is due to appear at Penrith Local Court on October 17.