Fined £200 for racist language

A DRUNKEN row in Ely town centre resulted in a Sutton man being fined for using racist language. David Broadley of Mepal Road was involved in an argument with three women at around 2am on November 25 last year after he had been drinking at Club Zest with

A DRUNKEN row in Ely town centre resulted in a Sutton man being fined for using racist language.

David Broadley of Mepal Road was involved in an argument with three women at around 2am on November 25 last year after he had been drinking at Club Zest with friends.

The 36-year-old called one of the women, who were strangers to him, a "black b**ch" in the course of argument, and was overheard by police, who had arrived to deal with the row.

Broadley admitted racially aggravated disorderly behaviour at Ely Magistrates' Court on Tuesday, where he was given a £150 fine with £50 costs.


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Vanessa Hale, who was also involved with the argument, admitted being drunk and disorderly and was given a 12-month conditional discharge with £50 costs.

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