Ambulance staff forced to ask for police help when drunk man became ‘uncooperative’

AMBULANCE staff were forced to ask police for help after a drunk man became ‘uncooperative’ when they were trying to do their jobs, Boston magistrates were told.

Maciej Gawronski was aggressive and abusive towards medical staff and police during the incident on August 24, when officers tried to get him to move on from the scene, and they eventually arrested him for being drunk and disordely.

The 31-year-old, of London Road, Boston, admitted being drunk and disorderly when he stood in court on Wednesday.

Unrepresented, he told the bench through an interpreter that he had nothing to say with regards to his behaviour.

Magistrates fined him £150 and ordered him to pay £85 court costs.