Student screams "fight me b***h" before tackling 5 cops in train station rampage
A drunk student launched herself at five cops as she screamed “fight me you b***h.”
Foul-mouthed Kimberley Gallacher, 27, spat at, kicked, and tackled several British Transport Police offices after they confronted her at Manchester Piccadilly train station.
Manchester Magistrates’ Court heard how she screamed "fight me, fight me b***h, fight me, I will take you down" as the officers attempted to restrain her on August 23 last year.
The history and social policy student was taken to hospital, where she woke up and spat in the face of one of the officers.
She pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly and five counts of assault on an emergency worker, and was sentenced to a 12-month community order with 150 hours unpaid work.
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Prosecuting, Rachel Yarwood said: "These offences took place on August 23 of last year at around 5.30pm.
"Several officers from the British Transport Police attention were drawn to Miss Gallacher as they could hear her shouting near to the ticket area: 'These all rob from everybody,' towards the staff working in that area.
"She told the officers to 'f**k off' and approached PC Felstead in such a way that she backed her into a corner in an aggressive manner.
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"Further officers attended and she was arrested for being drunk and disorderly. After one of the handcuffs was placed on her hand, the defendant used her other hand to punch PC Felstead in the face with full force.
"After that she started to resist and tensed her arms shouting: 'fight me, fight me b***h, fight me, I will take you down'.
"Two officers tried to take her to the ground, but she kicked out at PC Felstead shouting: 'get the f**k off me, you’re f**king dead, you f**king b***h', and the officer fell backwards. The defendant was then arrested for assaulting the officers."
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Defence lawyer David Philpott said: “This was a very regrettable incident. She has very little recollection of what happened. This happened quite some time ago.
"It may be good fortune in terms of her conduct and her behaviour to officers that they have very little injury.
"She is going to lose her good name as a result. She is in her final year of her History and Social Policy studies at Strathclyde University, they will have to be put on hold.
"This is going to have a serious impact on her and give her plenty of opportunity to reflect on her behaviour.”
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