Cops take dim view of mooner

COFFS Harbour Police took a dim view of a Coffs Harbour man who dropped his daks and ‘mooned' Coffs Harbour Hotel staff on the Pacific Highway in the early hours of Sunday morning.

The 22-year-old man had been evicted from the hotel shortly after 1am, due to his quarrelsome demeanour, so apparently decided to take his revenge.

Unfortunately police officers were patrolling the area and took his details and issued a legal process ticket.

Dancing dude

Dancing on the Pacific Highway did not receive applause from Coffs Harbour Police when they discovered a 24-year-old Sawtell man demonstrating his moves in the traffic lanes near the kebab shop in Coffs Harbour's city centre about 1.25am on Sunday.

Police told the man to leave the roadway and he did so with alacrity by running away.

Police said the sprightly sergeant on duty pursued him, caught up with him, arrested him and took him back to the police station where he was issued with a fine and spent the remainder of the night in the cells, reportedly recovering from the effects of more than a few drinks.


Police arrested an 18-year-old Coffs Harbour man in Long Street about midnight on Saturday after he was reported to be causing a disturbance in the street and making threats to residents

Officers said the teenager was arrested after a struggle because he was both aggressive and non-responsive.

He was taken to Coffs Harbour Police Station and charged with a number of offences.

A 40-year-old Toormina man will appear in Coffs Harbour Local Court this morning for bail determination after police picked him up for dodgy driving about 9.20am on Saturday.

Coffs Harbour Police said he almost failed to negotiate a turn off Harbour Drive into Curacoa Street, nearly colliding with the kerb and traffic lights.

Police followed him into Curacoa Street, where accelerated away when police attempted to stop him.

Officers followed him and he was arrested shortly afterwards at an address in Toormina and returned to Coffs Harbour Police Station.

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