A man who drunkenly staggered into a courier depot and shouted obscenities at staff has been fined by magistrates.
Simon Emmette, 22, of no fixed abode, walked into the B2C offices in Gatehouse Close, Aylesbury at around 9.30pm on July 17, the town’s magistrates court heard this morning.
He spoke to a member of staff and shouted that everyone who worked there were ‘murderers and rapists’ and that they had been cutting up and hiding bodies on the premises.
The court heard that some customers left the office as a result of the incident, and some staff members were so upset about the false allegations that they had to go home.
Police were called to the scene, by which time Emmette had left. He was found in a street nearby drinking from a can of cider.
Representing himself in court Emmette claimed that he didn’t remember what happened, and said that he started drinking close to Aylesbury College at 7.30pm that evening.
He said that he remembers being arrested, and then woke up the next morning in police cells.
Emmette pleaded guilty to a charge of using threatening and abusive words and behaviour.
He was fined £110, cist of £85, a victim surcharge of £20 and a courts charge of £150.