Drunk man gets out of ambulance on M27, abuses staff and walks off

A DRUNK man staggered out of an ambulance – on the M27.

Wednesday, 17th April 2019, 10:18 am

Officers from Hampshire Constabulary’s Roads Policing Unit were called to assist an ambulance crew after a drunk man got out of the ambulance on the motorway.

Police said the man got out of the vehicle, hurled verbal abuse to staff and then wandered off.

In a tweet, the unit said: ‘First job of the night shift.. assisting @SCAS999 with a drunk male who decided to get out of the ambulance on the M27 and was then abusive to staff, before walking off.

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‘No one deserves to be abused at work, especially not our hardworking ambulance staff.’

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A drunk man got out of an ambulance on the M27, verbally abused staff and walked off, police have said. It happened on April 15. Picutre: @HantsPolRoads