Drunk Netherfield man called policeman 'fat boy'
Drunk Mark Hendry was handed a £100 bill after shouting at a police officer: "Do you want some, fat boy?"
Nottingham magistrates heard that he outburst came when he was in a bad mood after seeing a couple arguing in a Chinese takeaway cafe.
Leyona Powell, mitigating, said: "He didn't like to see a male shouting at a female and, in his own words, his 'mouth just ran off.'
"When the police attended, he didn't stop basically," she added on behalf of jobless Hendry, 47, of Knight Street, Netherfield.
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