A DRUNKEN man was abusive to farm workers and the public after he climbed into a pen with a bull and cows.

Manchester magistrates heard how police were called after Thomas Hoyle, aged 35, of Manchester Road, Bury, began behaving badly at Higher Spenmoor Farm at Radcliffe on April 12.

He pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly and an offence under health protection regulations.

Magistrates fined Hoyle £210 and he was also ordered to pay £85 towards prosecution costs and a £32 victim surcharge.

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