A YOB smeared excrement over his police cell after launching a foul-mouthed tirade at officers.

Charlie Jupp tried to headbutt a PC when he was arrested at Western Road, Hove.

He was seen brandishing a smashed bottle and swearing at people after getting into a row with a homeless man.

In his rage 22-year-old Jupp grabbed a bike and threw it on the road outside the Bees Mouth pub.

Then when officers arrived to arrest him, he launched a torrent of obscene homophobic slurs and abuse.

He caused £200 damage to a custody cell which needed a deep clean.

It happened just two days after he had been arrested for going to the home of his ex-girlfriend with a hammer.

At Brighton Magistrates’ Court Jupp was sentenced for public disorder, assaulting an emergency worker, criminal damage, using threatening or abusive words or behaviour with intent to cause fear of violence, and possessing an offensive weapon.

Jeremy King, prosecuting, said the first incident took place at Cannon Place, Brighton, on February 5 this year,

His former partner Louise Bailey broke up their three-month dalliance when

Jupp became jealous about her ex.

She agreed to meet him for drinks but the police had to be called when she refused to let him back to her home.

Jupp later bombarded her with 15 text messages in the early hours of the morning when he saw a picture of her on her Instagram social media site.

Jupp then called to abuse her and her new partner Ricky Wood with vile taunts.

Fifteen minutes later he rang their buzzer, forcing the terrified couple to lock themselves in a bedroom.

The second incident took place two days later on February 7.

Off-duty officer PC Rob Dewing spotted a row when he was travelling on a bus at 8.15pm.

Jupp was “goading for a fight, aggressively shouting and swearing and punching at somebody”, the officer reported.

Witness Joe Newman said Jupp took his bicycle and threw it into the road, and said Jupp looked “extremely agitated, striding around in circles”.

When police arrived, Jupp tried to headbutt an

officer before being taken to custody.

Mr King said Jupp, of Blatchington Road, Hove, had a previous conviction for assaulting a police officer in 2016 and for battery in 2017.

Jupp also committed a racist public disorder offence in 2015.

Stephen Harris, defending, said his client was “shocked and embarrassed by his behaviour” and “apologetic”.

He said Jupp has struggled with anxiety and depression, and had lost his medication which did not help with his erratic behaviour.

Mr Harris asked magistrates to impose unpaid work and a community order for the offences.

Magistrate Chris Bell said he was concerned by Jupp’s previous attacks on police officers.

He ordered Jupp to complete 200 hours of unpaid work and 25 rehabilitation sessions.

Jupp must also pay £90 compensation to Mr Newman and £200 to Sussex Police.

He must also pay a £190 fine and £200 court costs, which will be added to the £725 he already owes the court.