A row with a partner which ended up in a drunken escapade led to a Sutton man being more than £1,000 out of pocket.
Konrad Lewandowski, withdrew his £900 savings after having a row with his partner before being found covered in sick at a children’s play park, a court heard.
Lewandowski 24, of Mansfield Road, appeared at Mansfield Magistrates’ Court on Thursday where he pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly at Sutton Lawn on May 4.
The court heard that police officers had responded to reports of a man being drunk on a children’s play area.
Police found Lewandowski on the floor, covered in his own sick.
When they approached Lewandowski, he swore at them on at least two occasions and was then arrested.
In mitigation, Lewandowksi, who was representing himself, said that he could not remember what happened.
He told the court that the only part of the whole incident he could recall was when he awoke in a police cell.
He said that he had been out with people who he knew and that they all went down to the park together.
This was after he had had an argument with his partner and withdrew his £900 savings.
Lewandowski said that he believed the money was ‘robbed’ because he no longer had the cash.
He added: “I apologise for my behaviour.”
When sentencing Lewandowski, the lead Magistrate told him: “It was an expensive night and I’m afraid it is about to get worse.”
Lewandowski, who has three previous convictions for six offences, including a sexual assault in 2012, was fined £100, ordered to pay £85 costs, a £20 victim surcharge and a £150 court charge.