Woman who hurled abuse at security officer is jailed
A WOMAN “flipped out” and angrily hurled abuse at a security officer after the “red mist came down”, Grimsby Magistrates’ Court heard.
Tara Gray, 31, of Albion House, Grimsby, admitted using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour on July 14.
She also admitted breaching a suspended prison sentence.
Brendan Woodward, prosecuting, said Gray “flipped out” at the Freeman Street Market, Grimsby, and picked up chairs in the cafe area before throwing them.
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Security officer Paul Missa stopped her re-entering the market and she started swearing.
She shouted: “Why? What are you going to do about it?
“Do you want this wrapped around your head? If you want some, get outside.
“Come out here. I’ll give you what for.”
Graham Ives, mitigating, said the “red mist came down” but Gray claimed she could not remember much about the incident.
Her behaviour was impulsive and unpleasant but she did not inflict any violence after losing her temper, the court was told.
Gray was jailed for eight weeks.