Foul-mouthed woman 'racially abused police officer in Sheffield'
A foul-mouthed woman was remanded into custody after she racially-abused a police officer.
Fahima Ali Ismail, aged 23, of Wilfred Close, Darnall, Sheffield, was found by police shouting and swearing on Rutland Road, Sheffield, on June 13, according to a Sheffield Magistrates’ Court hearing.
Kirsty Pearson, prosecuting, told the hearing on June 15 Ismail was swearing and shouting and was asked to leave the area but when police returned she was waving her arms around and was arrested.
Ms Pearson said Ismail was handcuffed and placed in a vehicle where she swore and racially insulted a police officer.
Ismail admitted using racially-aggravated threatening behaviour and breaching a suspended prison sentence.
Katie Steiner, defending, said Ismail is not a racist person.
District Judge Naomi Redhouse sentenced Ismail to a £100 fine or one-day in custody which was deemed served while she was on remand.
She was also given ten additional rehabilitation requirement days towards her suspended prison sentence.