Drunken chicken factory worker fined for holding up rush-traffic traffic…

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Drunken chicken factory worker fined for holding up rush-traffic traffic…

Drunken chicken factory worker fined for holding up rush-traffic traffic on busy Beverley Road
2022-04-08 08:09:00
A drunken man held up rush-hour traffic in Hull by standing in the middle of Beverley Road, a court heard. Holding a beer botle in his hand, Sylvester Cedbula walked into the road near the junction with Cottingham Road and refused to move. Prosector James Byatt told Hull magistrates' court how the 49-year-old managed to stop traffic and then resist attempts by passers-by to move him back onto the pavement. He said: “At around 4pm on March 10 this year at the junction of Beverley Road and Cottingham Road, he was seen walking into the middle of the road causing traffic to stop. He had a beer in his hand and two cans in his jacket. Read more: Hull KR player Bradley Takairangi avoids jail after crashing head-on into police car “Members of the public tried to move him away from the road. He was shouting in an aggressive manner to the members of the public who were trying to help him. He only moved when the police arrived on the scene to arrest him.” Speaking through a Polish translator, the unemployed 49-year-old chicken factory worker said: “I cannot recollect my behaviour. If I did what I did then i

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