A CHICKEN factory night shiftworker at a chicken factory has admitted spitting in a door supervisor's face at a Wrexham pub.

Antur Marcin Lichman, 36, of Ruabon Road in Wrexham, was told by North East Wales magistrates that he was guilty of disgusting behaviour.

Lichman was fined £102 with £83 costs and a £30 surcharge and he was ordered to pay £100 compensation to his victim after he admitted assault.

Prosecutor Rhian Jackson said Lichman had been asked to leave the Royal Oak in Wrexham High Street on the night of September 8.

He then went to Lloyd’s Number One where he was refused entry, returned to the Royal Oak and when he was refused entry he spat at door supervisor Kyle Colley.

The spittle went down his face and neck and Mr Colley described it as unprovoked, cowardly and disgusting.

Interviewed, Lichman said he left the pub but had asked the door staff not to tell staff at the nearby pub.

But he said he heard them talking about him, he was refused entry and became angry.

Nick Cross, defending, said his client, who followed the proceedings with help from a Polish interpreter, had originally left the pub calmly but he conceded that he then lost his temper.