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Man hid in flowerbed and shouted taunts at passers-by
A drunken man hid in a flower bed and shouted abuse at people, police said.
The man shouted taunts at people who strolled past in Lewes Road, opposite Coombe Road, Brighton, on 7.50pm on Tuesday.
He refused to come out unless he was arrested.
A Sussex Police spokeswoman said: “Police were called to the retail park to reports of a drunk man in a flower bed who was shouting abuse at people walking past.
“Officers attended and he refused to come out. He eventually came out around 9pm.”.
Alex Litvinous, 36 was charged with using threatening words or behaviour to cause harassment, alarm or distress and he will appear at Brighton Magistrates’ Court on August 29.
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