A drunk woman flung rubbish across a road after being refused entry to a Milford Haven club.

Cherish Watts, formerly of Neyland, now of Lower Freystrop, Haverfordwest, pleaded guilty to being drunk and disorderly in a public place when she appeared before Haverfordwest magistrates on Tuesday, August 28.

Vaughan Prichard-Jones, prosecuting, told the court that Watts was refused entry to a Milford Haven nightclub at around 2am on August 12 because she was very drunk and reluctant to pay.

Watts, 26, crossed the road and walked towards the doorman’s pick-up truck. She then started flinging bags of rubbish from the back of the vehicle across the road.

There was a confrontation when the doorman tried to stop her and she pushed him in the chest before being restrained.

Police officers who arrived at the scene stated Watts was ‘clearly very drunk’, and had to be placed in leg restraints because she was thrashing around.

Mr Prichard-Jones said: “She had to be put into the caged area in the back of the police van because of her behaviour.

“She continued to act violently and was head-butting the inside of the vehicle.”

Watts, who represented herself, said: “I know I have got a lot of previous, but I’m trying to be a better person and stay away from drink and that.

“I was just under a lot of stress and pressure that particular day and turned to drink, and that was the outcome of it.”

Magistrates fined Watts £65 and ordered her to pay £85 court costs and a £30 victim surcharge.

The chairman of the bench said: “You know that you have got a problem and your record is not very good. The sooner you sort yourself out the better I would have thought.”