So, bro, cop this fine and warning

A MAN who drunkenly called 000 repeatedly and asked "what are you up to bro?" has been placed on a good behaviour bond.

Jason Scott Dalley, 40, pleaded guilty to obstructing police and the improper use of an emergency call service.

Dalley rang the emergency service number repeatedly from a payphone on Brisbane St in Ipswich.

He continuously asked the 000 operator "what are you up to bro?"

He was warned by the operator it was an offence to call 000 for no reason.

The operator contacted the police. City Safe cameras found the man and followed him after he left the pay phone.

He was intercepted by police on Burnett St where he was found to be under the influence.

He was aggressive towards police, denied calling 000 and refused to get in their car.

Police had to force him into the car to take him to the watchhouse where he was kept for four hours.

He was placed on a $500 good behaviour bond for two years. No conviction was recorded.



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