A man who turned up drunk at court has had his case adjourned as he was unfit to take part in the proceedings.
Royston Wooley arrived at Kirklees Magistrates’ Court singing and clutching a small bottle of vodka.
He was listed to appear in the afternoon to answer charges of assault and criminal damage.
The alleged offences occurred at Mecca Bingo in Huddersfield on April 3.
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But the 41-year-old arrived early and his solicitor Sonia Kidd explained that he was not in a fit state to have the case dealt with.
His case was adjourned until next Friday morning as he faces additional matters then.
In the meantime Royston, of Orchard Street in Primrose Hill, is banned from going within 50 metres of the Folly Hall Mills site.