Drunk man in court - after drinking 15 pints and swearing at a train worker

Drunk man in court - after drinking 15 pints and swearing at a train worker
 

A drunken man shouted expletives and abuse at a train worker who denied him travel from Whitehaven.
Stephen Louis Gannon, 55, of Cranbourne Road, Carlisle, appeared at magistrates court in Workington on Friday to answer a charge of using threatening words towards Edward Walker.
He pleaded guilty.
Pamela Fee, prosecuting, said Gannon had had 15 pints of beer while drinking with friends in Whitehaven on December 2.
When the group tried to board the train back to Carlisle from Whitehaven train station but were told it would not be leaving for another 20 minutes so there was no rush, Gannon... read more

 
11 February 2018 in Regional North West , Views: 50
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