A man has been jailed following his threatening behaviour towards two police support officers.
But the defendant - named McJustice Lossa - ranted that there was no justice in his conviction.
The Deighton man fumed: “It’s an absolutely disgusting system - my name means ‘justice’ and you know nothing about it!”
Lossa, of Deighton Road, was found guilty after a trial on January 16 last year of threatening behaviour towards a Police Community Support Officer.
Kirklees magistrates also found him guilty of a public order offence involving a female police officer and issued a warrant for Lossa’s arrest when he failed to attend the hearing.
The first incident occurred in Huddersfield town centre on October 4 2014.
The PCSO saw Lossa park his car in the taxi rank outside Wetherspoons on John William Street and approached him about this.
Lossa, 35, drove off further down the road before reversing his vehicle back into the taxi rank.
Anne-Marie Hutton, prosecuting, said: “The PCSO approached and he said: ‘I’m waiting for my mate, f*** off’.
“The defendant drove off down Westgate but the abuse continued and he said: ‘You’re f*****g following me, f*** off and get a job’.”
A police officer attended and Lossa was arrested.
The second incident occurred on October 24 while he was on bail for the first offence.
PCSO Zoe Campbell was delivering leaflets with her partner when Lossa came up to her.
The officer recognised him as the same male charged over the earlier incident.
Ms Hutton said: “The complainant was followed by the defendant who started shouting at her.
“He became aggressive, waving a piece of paper at her saying: ‘Is this you Zoe Campbell? I’ll get you’.”
Lossa, was not represented in court, ranted: “I’ve got no faith in this system.
“The system has not listened to me - I know more than any of you lot in here.
“It’s an absolutely disgusting system. You’ve found somebody guilty when there’s not one stitch of evidence.
“By the way, my name means ‘justice’ and you’re telling me about justice when you know nothing about it.
“This is corruption!”
Magistrates jailed Lossa for eight weeks and ordered him to pay £80 victim surcharge.