Teenager sentenced after 'becoming aggressive and lunging toward staff' in Scunthorpe bar
A TEENAGER became aggressive and threatening after being ejected from a bar when his girlfriend wrongly told staff he was under-age, a court heard.
Joshua Jackson, 18, of Priory Crescent, Scunthorpe, admitted using threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour on November 3.
Martin Howarth, prosecuting, told North Lincolnshire Magistrates' Court that Jackson was ejected from a bar in Frodingham Road, Scunthorpe, but became aggressive and lunged towards door staff.
The prosecutor said police stepped in but Jackson pulled back his shoulders, stuck out his chest and shouted: "Come on then."
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He was arrested but continued his behaviour, said Mr Howarth.
Graham Pressler, mitigating, said Jackson's girlfriend had become involved in a disturbance with another female, who was arrested for assault.
His girlfriend had also been arguing with Jackson and she wrongly told staff that he was under-age.
Unemployed Jackson was given a six-month conditional discharge and was ordered to pay £85 costs.