Man arrested after abusing, yelling obscenities at staff
NAMBOUR police officers are reminding the community that they won’t tolerate residents abusing staff who are simply trying to do their jobs.
Acting Sergeant of Nambour police Amanda Duhig told the Daily, on June 19 at 12.45pm, a 36-year-old man was arrested from Coles in the Nambour CBD after he abused security officers.
The man, who had a banning order from Coles, was found by security and escorted out the shopping centre.
“He has then yelled obscenities and abused the Coles security officers and then entered the liquor shop and abused staff there,” she said.
“Police attended and he was placed under arrest. Bad behaviour will not be tolerated.”
The man has been charged with public nuisance and trespassing and will appear in the Maroochydore Magistrates Court on August 17.
He is also on bail and not allowed to enter the Nambour CBD.