Lincolnshire

Skegness man charged with being drunk on mobility scooter

Man on mobility scooter Image copyright Jack Soloman
Image caption Police were called to McDonald's after reports a man was blocking the drive-through

A man has been charged with being drunk while using a mobility scooter after allegedly refusing to leave a McDonald's drive-through.

Lincolnshire Police was called to the fast food outlet in Skegness on Monday after reports a man was blocking the drive-through.

Michael Ernest Green, 62, of Clifford Road, Skegness, has been charged with being drunk in charge of a carriage.

He is due to appear at Skegness Magistrates' Court on 30 August.

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