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Drunk gets 100 hours of unpaid work after becoming aggressive at Birmingham Airport

A MAN has been ordered to carry out 100 hours of unpaid work after admitting using threatening and aggressive behaviour at Birmingham Airport.

A MAN has been ordered to carry out 100 hours of unpaid work after admitting using threatening and aggressive behaviour at Birmingham Airport.

At just after midnight on October 26, a taxi driver, waiting at the airport taxi rank, had been approached by Lukasz Dabrowski, a court heard.

“He was talking in another language,” said Mrs Kaur, prosecuting. “He began shouting at him.”

When police arrived, the drunken 22-year-old, of Great Western Road, Gloucester, was urinating in full view of people waiting for a cab. Despite trying to run off, Dabrowski was arrested.

Mr Aldridge, defending, said there was no record of his client being violent or aggressive but did accept he had been drunk for which he apologised.

Dabrowski was handed a 12 month community order with 100 hours of unpaid work and ordered to pay compensation and costs of £220.

 

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