Exposed himself and resisted police arrest

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A drunken man exposed his manhood in the street and ended up hurting a police officer who was trying to handcuff him.

James Dooley (29) drank more than he was used to while keeping up with a group of 18-year-old who were on spirits and energy drinks.

Marie Stace, prosecuting, said police were in Westlode Street, Spalding, just after 3am on August 18 when they heard Dooley say “look my hands are in my pockets” while his manhood was fully exposed and protruding from the zip in his trousers.

Police led Dooley aside to avoid members of the public witnessing his behaviour, but he attempted to walk away.

Miss Stace said door staff from Loaded helped police as he struggled while being handcuffed.

During the struggle, Pc Karl Cinivas was thrown to the floor and grazed his elbow.

Dooley was taken to custody at Boston Police Station, where there was a further struggle in which Dooley ended up breaking the lanyard to an officer’s Taser device.

When interviewed, Dooley couldn’t remember exposing himself and told officers he thought he had been having “a pee in the street”.

Dooley, of Town Drove, Quadring, told magistrates: “I am really sorry for the aggravation I have caused to the police officers and any offence I caused outside the club.”

He was fined £335 for resisting PC Cinivas and must pay £50 compensation to the officer, £39.95 compensation for the damaged lanyard, £85 costs and a £34 victim surcharge. He received no separate penalties for being drunk and disorderly and criminal damage.

Dooley admitted all three offences.