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PremierLeague-News.Com - "As you can see, Mr Moran hangs his head in shame"

Bristol news Man in nothing but his boxers is 'pepper sprayed' by police officer PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - "As you can see, Mr Moran hangs his head in shame"

Bristol news  Man in nothing but his boxers is 'pepper sprayed' by police officer PremierLeague-News.Com
14 May 2021 - 16:32

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A man is behind bars after hurling bizarre threats at police in nothing but his boxers. Benjamin Moran repeatedly kicked out towards officers at Keynsham police station on May 11. He told one officer she should be working "in a brothel for £80 an hour". The 30-year-old appeared at Bath Magistrates' Court the following day. The court saw footage showing Moran aiming kicks at the police station's custody desk and shouting: "You know who I am?" He was then restrained by three officers while another sprayed PAVA in his eyes. In the video, Moran could be seen bending double, bringing his hands up to his eyes and quietly saying "ow" several times. At this point, the officers started to laugh. Moran, of Broad Street Place in Bath, was jailed for four months after admitting two public order offences and violent behaviour at a police station. Before he was led away, he told Presiding Justice Philip Clarke: "Thank you for everything, but this isn’t helping me. This is going to put me back." Wearing a blue ski jacket in the dock, Moran had covered his face with his hands throughout much of the hearing, shaking his head when the footage of his offences was played. Prosecutor Paul Kelly said police were called to a block of flats in Norfolk Crescent, Kingsmead, after a report of a disturbance involving a man wearing nothing but his boxers and a straw hat. Moran later said he had "no idea" how he came to be clothed in this way while standing in the communal area outside one of the flats. Police bodycam footage showed Moran yelling at police that they would "know about it" if they arrested him. The officers then arrested him, putting him in a police van on the way to Keynsham. While in the van, he kicked the barrier and called female officer PC Hickson a "h**" and "sl*t". Moran made threats against PC Hickson's mother and her uncle. He said he would "f*** up" her family members and leave them unable to walk. He also told the officer she should be "in a brothel for £80 an hour".

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. In her statement, PC Hickson said she had been upset by Moran's rant, adding: "I didn’t join the force to get this kind of abuse." Craig Tickner, mitigating, said: "As you can see, Mr Moran hangs his head in shame at his actions." Benjamin Moran He added his client, who has an extensive list of previous convictions, did not remember his actions from the day before, because of his intoxication. Mr Tickner said Moran's father is "known to the criminal justice system" and it is when Moran is with his father that he drinks. "The frustrating thing is he is fit and able when he’s sober," the lawyer added. "He is remorseful for his actions." Mr Tickner said Moran has held down jobs in the past but is currently not employed, and is living on universal credit. The probation officer told the magistrates she had known Moran through her work for "a huge number of years". "He is someone who benefits from structure in his life," she said. "We need to break the cycle." She recommended Moran's community order for previous offences be revoked and a new one be imposed for two years, with "a very large amount of unpaid work". But Mr Clarke did not put this recommendation in place. He instead sentenced Moran to four months in prison for the May 11 offences, and withdrew the existing community order. To get the latest news straight to your inbox, click here He replaced the order with a month in prison, for two previous criminal damage offences and a public order offence. This month will run alongside the four-month jail term. Moran must pay £130 in compensation to PC Hickson. After telling Mr Clarke the sentence would not help him, Moran gave the magistrate a thumbs-up and said "OK thanks", before being led from the dock by security.

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