A TEENAGER has appeared in court after staggering in a busy road while drunk.
Daniel Kelly, of High Close in Almondbury, was before Huddersfield magistrates yesterday.
He admitted being drunk and disorderly at Chapel Hill around midnight on December 30.
Carole Lawford, defending, said: ““He was waving his arms round and shouting and passing traffic was caused to move away.”
Police were called and attempted to get the 18-year-old to move to safety.
Ms Lawford said he told police: “I’ve f*****g had enough, I just want to go to jail.”
The officers warned him to stay out of the road but he continued to swear and moved back into it.
Kelly was then arrested for being drunk and disorderly in a public place.
Magistrates were told that he was remanded in custody for failing to attend his previous court hearing.
Mike Sisson-Pell, defending, said that his client had been feeling depressed.
Magistrates ordered Kelly to pay a £30 fine, £85 court costs and £15 victim surcharge.