A woman who shouted and swore at paramedics in a drunken rage has admitted that she made an “honest, stupid mistake.”
Charlotte Piccaver (26) acted aggressively towards an ambulance crew trying to treat her for being drunk near her home in The Square, Church Street, Spalding, on October 7.
She pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly after prosecutor Edward Johnson told Spalding magistrates last Thursday that police were called to the scene by paramedics concerned about her behaviour.
Mr Johnson said: “As police approached, the door of the ambulance swung open and Piccaver stormed out swearing and unsteady on her feet.”
Piccaver was arrested after ignoring warnings from police and a friend to behave.
She said: “It was just an honest, stupid mistake, I went out with the wrong crowd and didn’t think about the consequences.”
Piccaver was fined £80, ordered to pay costs of £85 and a £20 victim surcharge.