A drunk man waved his penis at police officers and threatened to hit them with it, then urinated naked in his cell after they arrested him.
Police attended Kevin Ronald Turner’s house in Halls Head, south of Perth, at 9.55pm on Australia Day after neighbours heard yelling and objects being thrown.
The 54-year-old was naked and had been drinking since lunch when he yelled at officers to ‘get the f**k out of my address’ when they arrived.
When they moved inside, he called them ‘fat, ugly f**king c**ts’ and refused to put on any clothes, the Mandurah Magistrates Court heard on Tuesday.
A drunk man waved his penis at police officers and threatened to hit them with it, then urinated naked in his cell after they arrested him (stock image)
Then he grabbed his penis, shook it at police, and threatened to hit them with it, according to the Mandurah Coastal Times.
As the mining worker continued to shout at police, he stood so close that his spit hit one of them in the face.
Turner also refused directions to step away from a big knife that was sitting on the kitchen bench near his hand, but didn’t try to pick it up.
Police decided to restrain him as they were concerned he would hurt them or himself, and in the process he shoved an officer and was arrested.
As he was being dragged away he turned to an officer and shouted ‘you’re a fat, ugly mole you f**king c**t’ as horrified neighbours watched on.
Once inside the police car he kicked the door repeatedly and continued to hurl abuse until they got him back to the station.
When they moved inside, he called them ‘fat, ugly f**king c**ts’ and refused to put on any clothes, the Mandurah Magistrates Court (pictured) heard
Turner still refused to put clothes on when they locked him up, once asking to go to the toilet but then refusing and instead urinating on the floor of his cell.
His lawyer Russell Mark told the court Turner took panadine forte for a back injury earlier in the day which, mixed with alcohol, didn’t help his behaviour.
He said Turner was embarrassed by his conduct and was naked because he had just gotten out of the shower when police arrived.
Turner pleaded guilty to disorderly behaviour in both public and lockup, and obstructing police officers.
Magistrate Anne Longden noted the defendant admitted his ‘unacceptable and criminal’ behaviour was appalling.
However, she said he only seemed to remember the parts of the night he wanted to dispute, and fined him $1,500.