Man found drunk at railway station

Attacker followed his victim for a mile before assault in city alleyway

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A MAN who was found drunk and disorderly at a railway station has been given a six-month conditional discharge.

Shane Freemantle was arrested at Havant railway station in North Street after complaints from the public.

Freemantle, 37, of Temple Street, Landport, was found guilty of being drunk and disorderly after a trial at Portsmouth Magistrates’ Court. He was told to pay £150 in court costs.