Swearing train passenger could have 'upset families on the way to Skeggy'

Swearing train passenger could have 'upset families on the way to Skeggy'
 

A swearing passenger was told he could have upset families on their way to Skegness when their train halted at Nottingham railway station.
Landon Madin, 41, appeared before city magistrates and admitted being drunk and disorderly on October 1. He was given a one-year conditional discharge but must pay a government surcharge of £20.
Marjorie Kirkham-Smith, prosecuting, said British Transport Police were called to a report that two drunk men had got onto a train. When Madin was ordered off, he swore and told them: "I'm going nowhere, kid."
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19 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 31
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