AN intoxicated man who assaulted three police officers after creating a disturbance outside a Bradford beauty salon has been given a suspended prison sentence. 

On hearing that the kicks delivered by 56-year-old Adam Kublak had caused no injury to the officers, the judge sentencing him said: ‘He was a drunken elderly man so they wouldn’t have had any difficulty with him.’ 

Kublak, of Blucher Street, Laisterdyke, Bradford, pleaded guilty to assaulting three police officers acting in their role as an emergency worker at Trafalgar House Police Station in Bradford on December 22 last year. 

The Polish national also admitted using threatening behaviour at the same time. 

Recorder Dafydd Enoch KC thought he might be under the influence of intoxicants in court and considered remanding him into custody for the preparation of a full probation report. 

Kublak told his barrister, Abdul Shakoor, there should be a Polish prosecutor and a Polish judge for the hearing. 

He claimed to have had a beer before speaking to the probation service in the morning but nothing since. 

The court heard that he kicked the officers after fighting with them. 

He had no previous convictions and an ongoing heart problem. 

Kublak was sentenced to two months’ imprisonment, suspended for 12 months, with 25 rehabilitation activity days. 

Recorder Enoch warned him to attend for the probation service days or he risked going to jail and losing his accommodation.