Drunk UK Man Tried to Make Love with Ambulance

Drunk UK Man Tried to Make Love with Ambulance

News Feb 15, 2013

London, Feb. 15 (ANI): A drunken man from Devon was spotted "pressing" himself against an ambulance before he simulated a sex act on the emergency vehicle's bonnet.

Official police logs show that an officer who saw him stated that it looked like he was attempting to make love to the front of the ambulance, the Telegraph reported.

Callum Ward, who had also taken cannabis and amphetamine, was "in relatively high spirits" before he took part in the incident in November in Barnstaple.

Earlier, Barnstaple Magistrates Court was told that Ward was first seen setting fire to a peanut packet inside a phone box before he simulated the sex act.

Ward was found guilty of being drunk and disorderly, and in possession of Class B drugs and has been sentenced to a community order with a supervision requirement for six months and ordered to pay 60 pounds. (ANI)

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