A Jubilee Pocket man punched the intercom at the Whitsunday Police Station. Picture: File
A Jubilee Pocket man punched the intercom at the Whitsunday Police Station. Picture: File

Jubilee Pocket man follows cops to station, punches intercom

A JUBILEE Pocket man caught trespassing followed police back to the station where he punched the intercom and yelled at officers.

Whitsunday police were called to a house in Airlie Beach about 7.15am on November 1.

Officers found a 30-year-old Jubilee Pocket man at the house and issued him with an infringement notice for trespassing.

After police left, the man made his own way to the Whitsunday Police station where he punched the intercom.

He then used what Whitsunday Police Sergeant Gary Hiles alleged was “obscene language” toward police while standing in front of the station.

The Jubilee Pocket man was issued with an infringement notice for public nuisance.

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