A WOMAN has admitted being drunk and disorderly following an argument over her and her partner’s intimate behaviour in public at the Dicq slipway.
The Magistrate’s Court heard that Zoe Leonora Furlong (36) and her partner were on the slipway in St Saviour on the afternoon of 16 July, with both drinking and engaging in ‘overly affectionate behaviour’.
Legal adviser Harrison Gollop, prosecuting, said that a group of young people nearby objected, pointing out that there were small children on the beach.
He said: ‘Furlong was initially apologetic but an argument ensued.’
Police were called and her partner was arrested. ‘Furlong then became abusive, swearing and shouting,’ he said.
Sentencing was adjourned to allow time for a probation report. She was released on bail to return to court on 12 November.