Drunk shouted at nightclub doorstaff, then sat in road

A MAN was bound over to keep the peace after shouting at door staff and emergency services.

Mohammed Rashid, 32, admitted breaching the peace at Wards End, Halifax, in the early hours of September 23.

Calderdale Magistrates’ Court heard police told Rashid to go home after an altercation outside a nightclub around Wards End, where the defendant said he was pushed to the floor by door staff.

Police later found him sat in the middle of the road after he called an ambulance, saying he was injured.

Lisa Beadle, prosecuting, said the ambulance service reported he was abusive on the phone. Rashid admitted he was drunk and his behaviour was not acceptable.

He was bound over to keep the peace for £150 for 12 months.