Drunk Shirebrook teen fined for paramedic aggression

A DRUNKEN teenager who has moved to Shirebrook from Poland kicked out at paramedics when they refused to take him to King’s Mill Hospital.

Patrik Milewski was aggressive towards ambulance staff as they tried to help him in Chesterfield town centre at 5pm on 23rd August, a court was told.

“He was clearly in a drunken state.

“He told security staff he had a bad back and had taken tablets.

“He wanted to go to King’s Mill Hospital but he was told he would be taken to Chesterfield Royal Hospital,” prosecutor Helen Griffiths told Chesterfield magistrates on Monday.

Milewski refused to move and shouted abuse at paramedics in English and shouted at them in Polish.

“Police arrived and he acted as a dead weight, throwing himself to the floor and saying he wanted to go to King’s Mill Hospital.

“He started to kick out at paramedics and he was arrested,” added Mrs Griffiths.

Milewski (19), of Prospect Drive, Shirebrook, admitted drunk and disorderly behaviour.

He had previous convictions for resisting police and drink-driving.

Presiding magistrate Mrs Pat Boyle fined him £115, with £85 costs.

Milewski, unemployed, told the court he sometimes earned £100 a week by working in a garage with his brother.