Griffith police say they have a "zero tolerance" policy when it comes to bad behaviour in pubs and hotels.
The comments come after police were called to two separate incidents that broke out at Banna Avenue on Saturday night.
At 10pm on May 12 a 23-year-old man was refused entry into The Area Hotel because he was deemed too drunk by staff.
The man walked away and jumped on the front bonnet of a nearby car, cracking the windscreen and denting the bonnet.
Security staff managed to hold the man down while police were called, and shortly afterwards the man was arrested and charged with malicious damage.
Earlier that night at 7pm a 69-year-old man refused to leave The Gemini Hotel when told to by staff.
Police were able to later identify the man in the street, and he was hit with a $550 fine.
Griffith Inspector Nick Seddon said police would continue cracking down on this kind of behaviour.
"Police have zero tolerance for people misbehaving or doing the wrong thing in licensed premises," Inspector Seddon said.
"If you are asked to leave and you refuse, you will be receiving a ticket at the very least."
In other police news, two chainsaws were stolen from the back of a Ute at the Griffith Showgrounds on May 13 between 11am and 4.15pm.
A STIHL brand chainsaw and a Husqvarna brand chainsaw were stolen, and police are asking anybody who saw or knows anything to let them know.
The following night on May 14 there were two break-and-enters at Griffith Central in the dead of night between 3am and 4.45am.
The thieves smashed the door of Peeches Coffee Lounge and entered stole property from within the cafe.
They then went into the nearby Subway and stole a small safe from inside.
Police are investigation two people of interest: a man with dark pants and white hoodie, and another man with dark shirt and dark pants.
If anybody saw anything on that night, they can call Griffith Police Station on 6969 4299 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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