A drunk and disorderly offender ‘whose emotions got the better of him’ has been fined £450 for being drunk and disorderly.
Kieran Kevin Kermeen admitted the offence and was also given a two-month licensing ban by High Bailiff Jayne Hughes.
Prosecuting advocate Roger Kane told the court that police were called to the Trafalgar pub in Ramsey on September 4 at 12.50am after a report of an injured woman outside.
When officers arrived a female was lying on the ground with blood coming from an injury.
Another woman was arrested in relation to the incident but Kermeen, aged 25, was said to have got involved.
He was swearing and trying to intervene which resulted in police warning him to leave the area.
Kermeen was described as unsteady on his feet and having glazed eyes.
He continued to interfere and was eventually arrested and handcuffed.
The court heard that Kermeen was fined £400 in 2021 for being drunk and disorderly.
Defence advocate Sara-Jayne Dodge asked for credit to be given for her client’s guilty plea and said that the prosecution facts were accepted.
Ms Dodge said that Kermeen had been out in a group and when one of them had been arrested for allegedly being involved in an incident, his emotions had got the better of him.
‘He would like to apologise to police officers involved and the court,’ said the advocate.
‘Mr Kermeen spent time in custody. He is not frequently before the court.
‘He has learnt his lesson and is embarrassed to be here.’
High Bailiff Mrs Hughes also ordered Kermeen, who lives at College Street, Ramsey, to pay £125 prosecution costs.
He will pay the fine and costs at a rate of £20 per week.