Man fined for tirade against traffic warden
A 29-year-old man admitted a profanity-laced tirade against a female traffic warden.
Arya Outerbridge, of Hamilton Parish, pleaded guilty in Magistrates’ Court on Friday to using offensive language and uttering threatening words in an incident on Front Street on November 1.
Court heard that the complainant had noticed a truck double-parked outside Port O’ Call Restaurant.
Outerbridge began swearing after the warden began to issue a ticket for the parking violation.
Police were called after Outerbridge continued to scream and swear.
He said: “I will head-butt that b***h like she is a man and knock her a** out.”
Asked by magistrate Tyrone Chin if he had anything to say, Outerbridge responded: “I didn’t mean everything. I’m sorry.”
Outerbridge was fined $750 for using offensive language.
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