Man Used Abusive Language After Being Ejected From Snooker Club

PUBLISHED: 14:50 27 February 2009 | UPDATED: 10:46 04 May 2010

ANGRY at being ejected from Deans snooker club in Ely, Marian Klesik used abusive language and was aggressive to police at the scene. Klesik had refused to leave the area; he lunged towards one officer, and hit his nose on a policeman s helmet during a sc

ANGRY at being ejected from Deans snooker club in Ely, Marian Klesik used abusive language and was aggressive to police at the scene.

Klesik had refused to leave the area; he lunged towards one officer, and hit his nose on a policeman's helmet during a scuffle.

"He was then taken to the ground and handcuffed," prosecutor Sally Rose told Ely magistrates.

"He was angry at being told to leave, because his jacket was still inside."

Klesik, 27, of St Mary's Street, Ely, had lived in the UK for the past five years, said solicitor Guy Holland.

"He had not taken much alcohol that night. A policeman tried to usher him away from the door," he explained. "He denies trying to strike an officer. But he accepts that in the heat of the moment he did use unpleasant and offensive language. It was directed towards his brother-in-law, but might have caused offence to people in the vicinity."

Klesik, a waste disposal loader, admitted using threatening behaviour and was fined £80 with £70 costs and a £15 surcharge.

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