Drunk man exposes genitals and throws Star Wars flask at MJB hotel staff
PUBLISHED: 14:44 28 March 2018 | UPDATED: 07:59 29 March 2018
Archant Norfolk 2015
A drunk father-of-two threw a flask at an MJB hotel night porter before exposing his genitals to police, a court heard.
Maid Hajric had been staying at the MJB Beeches Hotel on Earlham Road, Norwich, on January 10 this year when he turned aggressive.
Norwich Magistrates’ Court heard on Wednesday that the 33-year-old had only recently been released from prison.
Prosecutor Denise Holland said Hajric picked up a card reader from the hotel’s front desk and threw it at a window, causing it to smash.
He then damaged a Star Wars-themed thermos after attempting to throw it at a hotel night porter and missing.
Hajric was later arrested and handcuffed by police, but somehow managed to pull down his trousers and expose himself to an officer, Mrs Holland said.
“While holding his genitals, he said to one officer ‘do you want to feel my ****,” she added.
The court heard that it was Hajric’s first night at the hotel and that he was under the influence of alcohol at the time.
A search of his hotel room revealed he was in possession of 0.87g of herbal cannabis.
In a police interview, Hajric, of Penrose Drive, Epsom, Surrey, said he was “extremely intoxicated” and had been feeling low.
The court heard that he had previous offences for vehicle theft.
Ian Fisher, mitigating, said Hajric had been advised to move away from London following his release from prison in 2017.
He said: “It was his first night there [at the MJB hotel] and he had drunk to excess.
“He did express remorse and he described what he had done as disgusting.”
Mr Fisher said there was no sexual motive behind Hajric exposing himself to police.
Hajric pleaded guilty to two counts of criminal damage, possession of a Class B drug and exposure.
Sentencing, district judge Nick Watson took into account that the defendant had already spent 40 days in custody.
He was given a six-month community rehabilitation order and ordered to pay an £85 victim surcharge.