A MAN was arrested after getting so drunk in a town centre that his trousers fell down while he was shouting and swearing, a court heard.

Pawel Twardowski, who said he was of an address in Hoole Road, Chester, appeared at Mold Magistrates Court on Thursday.

The 41-year-old had been jailed in September for attacking a couple outside a Co-op store in Caia Park and had not long been released on licence when he committed the latest crime of disorderly behaviour while drunk.

He admitted the offence, which took place on Wednesday in Queens Square, Wrexham.

Justin Espie, prosecuting, told the court police were called to the scene as a result of the defendant's behaviour.

Twardowski was described as "exposing himself and shouting and swearing due to alcohol," he said.

When asked by the defendant to clarify what was meant by exposing himself, Deputy District Judge Paul Conlon said his trousers had "fallen down" in the incident.

Mr Espie added: "The Crown are not saying there was any sexual element - he was so drunk, his trousers were down and he was exposing his behind."

Twardowski, who defended himself at the hearing, apologised for the incident and said he felt "ashamed."

He said he did not want to drink in public places any more.

The court heard he had since been recalled to serve the remainder of the eight week sentence he received in September.

The Deputy District Judge handed down a fine of £80 and a victim surcharge of £34 - however he said those elements had been "deemed to have been paid in effect by the period of detention he had served."

He added: "I reflect the fact he's already been recalled; that means he's already suffered punishment for the fact he's committed this offence.

"There are no financial orders from today that he needs to pay."

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