A WOMAN was put before magistrates after shouting while drunk.

Jodie Webb, 29, of Waterworks Lane, Leominster, pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly on November 6.

Amy Davies, prosecuting last Thursday, said police officers found Webb at the rear of flats in Leominster intoxicated and slurring her words.

Attempts were made to get her to return to her flat. However, she had lost her key and continued to shout and swear at officers so was arrested.

Webb also pleaded guilty to breaching a conditional discharge for handling stolen goods and false representation.

“I’m sorry I shouldn’t have done it,” Webb told Hereford Magistrates.

Webb was ordered to pay a £40 fine, £135 costs and a £30 victim surcharge.