Drunk Man Jailed After Trying To Have Sex With Leaves Outside Premier Inn
A man has been jailed after he was caught trying to have sex with a pile of leaves.
Michael Golsorkhi, from Hyde, Greater Manchester, UK, was spotted appearing to thrust at the pile of oak leaves in a Premier Inn hotel car park.
The 26-year-old then pulled up his trousers and hid in some bushes after a staff member at the Premier Inn shouted at him: "What are you doing, you dirty b*****d?"
Police were called to the scene next to the Bamford Arms pub in Stockport and Golsorkhi was arrested.
He said he was 'mortified' by the incident - which took place at around 7.45pm on 16 September - blaming a cocktail of beer, cannabis and cocaine.
Golsorkhi admitted to outraging public decency and possessing cannabis at Stockport magistrates court and was jailed for eight weeks and ordered to pay £122 ($158) in costs.
In a statement read to the hearing, an unnamed staff member said: ''My colleague and I were aware of a male acting suspiciously in the hotel car park, near to the main entrance.
''We saw a white male with his trousers down and we could see his bum. There was nothing between me and this male, he was about a car length away from me and he appeared to be having sex.
''At one stage I shouted to him: 'What are you doing, you dirty b*****d?' and he then leapt up, pulled his trousers up and sat in the bushes.
''We rang the police, and I kept shouting, 'what are you doing, clear off'.
''After about 10 minutes he walked out of the bushes. I could make out bits of his face, but I've never seen him before. I was concerned for the hotel guests, there were children staying at the hotel."
Defence lawyer Neville Warburton said Golsorkhi has no intention of returning to the Premier Inn because of the embarrassment caused by the incident.
He said: "He took a combination of illicit substances and alcohol, and got himself into some sort of state. He didn't engage in conversation.
''The staff from the hotel did ask if he was all right, but he was in quite a terrible state. He has no recollection of the behaviour described. Unsurprisingly, this is relating to some information that he took drugs ranging from cocaine to cannabis and alcohol.
''When he was interviewed he was mortified at the suggestion of what happened. Only when piecing together the information, was he accepting of that. That is the state of events, he cannot explain his behaviour. He is entirely embarrassed about that.
''This is not something that has been brought before the court before and this is no fault of anyone else except the defendant.
''As a result of embarrassment he has no desire to return to the Premier Inn."
Sentencing Golsorkhi, magistrate Edward Tasker said: "You were remorseful about this and quite embarrassed about it and the fact this is something not really nice to do outside.
''Under the circumstances, what has been suggested is that cannabis may have had something to do with it. Think about your life. Make sure you do go out and seek help. Unfortunately for you, it is you who have found yourself in this position.''
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