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Man exposed himself in pub

A FORMER Shetland Gas Plant worker from Pembrokeshire who took part in “disgusting” behaviour alongside two other men on a night out by exposing his penis in Brae pubs has been fined.

Lee Waagenes, of 141 Bush Street, Pembroke Dock, lowered his clothing at the village’s Northern Lights and Mid Brae Inn on 20 September and revealed his genitals.

Procurator fiscal Duncan Mackenzie said three men were so drunk they were “falling about”.

Representing himself, former gas plant worker Waagenes said he had never appeared in court before and wanted to apologise for his actions.

Sheriff Philip Mann said the 23 year old’s behaviour was “disgusting and unacceptable” and gave him a £300 fine.

Two other men co-accused on the same charges pleaded guilty by letter.

Thirty four year old Glen Garrity, of 75 Baret Road, Newcastle Upon Tyne, and 33 year old Nathan Goldsmith, of 33 Harbour Close, Leyland, will face sentencing on 30 April.

 A man from Tingwall who took to the wheel without insurance and a valid licence was fined £650 and given six penalty points at Lerwick Sheriff Court on Wednesday.

Peter Anderson, of 10 Gaetagott, admitted driving without the necessary credentials at Lerwick’s Holmsgarth Pier on 30 July.

The 27 year old also pled guilty to failing to comply with a “no entry” sign at the same location.

Beniamin Clipa from Glasgow was fined £300 and given four points for driving at 90mph in a 60mph zone in Fladdabister.

The 28 year old, of 43 Loyal Court, Rutherglen, was driving to Sumburgh Airport in the early morning on 8 January when he breached the limit on the A970.

A 64 year old man who sped at 79mph on his way to work at Sullom Voe Oil Terminal because it was short-staffed at the time was fined £200 and given four penalty points.

Eugeniusz Jaworkski, of 4 Annsbrae Place, Lerwick broke the limit in a 50mph zone on the A970 at Tingwall on 21 January.

 

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