A jobless 18-year-old got drunk using pocket money from his dad and ended up under arrest for his disorderly behaviour.
Nick Todd, prosecuting, said Anthony Wright received a police caution for being drunk and disorderly on April 19 – six days before his arrest at Spalding nightclub Loaded.
Mr Todd told magistrates at Boston that police were called to the nightclub at 12.50am on April 25 when Mr Wright was outside “plainly having an argument with the doorstaff”.
He continued: “He was also clearly drunk and he swore at the police officers and eventually they had to arrest him.
“He was quite aggressive and had to be taken to the ground by the officers.”
Wright, of Brownlow Crescent, Pinchbeck, told magistrates he had no income but had “an appointment to be on benefits”.
Asked how he got the money for drink, he replied “from my dad” and said he received “£5 or maybe £10 a week”.
Wright was fined £35 and ordered to pay £85 costs and a £20 victim surcharge.
He pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly in a public place.