Man becomes aggressive after being woken in Queens Park

A MAN who was asleep in gardens in Queens Park has had a prison term suspended after appearing the court on Monday morning. 

David Paul Molloy pleaded guilty in Maryborough Magistrates Court to public nuisance.

Police prosecutor Sergeant Kath Stagoll said the man was seen about 9.20pm on Sunday night lying in the garden surrounded by his possessions.

She said when police woke him and spoke to him, he yelled and told them to 'f*** off'.

He was warned by police a number of times but continued at act aggressively.

Molloy, who represented himself, said he was sorry for his actions.

Magistrate Dean Wilkinson sentenced him to one month prison to be suspended for 12 months.



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