BEING denied entry into a nightclub caused a 24-year-old man to lose his temper and become abusive towards police officers.
Anthony Nag of Kinoulton Court, Grantham, was on a night out in Stamford when he was refused entry to a club. Nag became irate as his partner had already been allowed in and the two were separated.
Marie Stace, prosecuting said Nag was spotted by police remonstrating with the door staff at just before midnight, having been denied access.
Nag began swearing at police and telling them to “get my missus out of the club.” He was told to try contacting his partner by phone and police also tried to call her. When this failed, Nag threw his phone on to the floor and continued shouting and swearing until he was arrested.
Bill Fraser, defending, told the court Nag accepted what he had done was wrong, when interviewed by police.
Nag admitted a public order offence and also accepted being in breach of a conditional discharge.
He was fined £65 and ordered to pay a £15 surcharge but spared costs.
Chairman of magistrates Adam Moody said: “We are disappointed to hear that this happened while you were already on a conditional discharge.”