Drunken Grimsby man spat at PCSO
DRUNKENLY spitting at a PCSO who asked him to move on landed a Grimsby man before the courts.
Jonathan McLaughlin, 35, of Norfolk Court, admitted being drunk and disorderly in Grimsby’s Victoria Street on February 18.
Prosecuting, Rebecca Dalby, said McLaughlin had tried to interfere as the PCSO attempted to deal with another situation.
He was pushed away by the officer on three occasions and a friend attempted to drag him away from the scene, but he became abusive and spat at the PCSO.
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McLaughlin, representing himself, said he did not remember much of the incident, but guessed he must have been “angered” at being pushed by the PCSO.
He added: “I apologise for my actions."