Police in England were called to a wedding reception where they found a man standing on a table being restrained by another guest.
Jason Ellis Brealey, 20, admitted being drunk and disorderly at the wedding of his sister, on April 29.
Helen Griffiths, prosecuting, said that when police arrived, Brealey was on a table being restrained by another guest and wasn’t wearing trousers at the time. He was verbally abusive, shouting and swearing, and wouldn’t calm down.
“Mr Brealey’s speech was slurred and he couldn’t stand straight,” said Ms Griffiths.
As Brealey continued to be abusive, in front of fellow guests including young children, police decided to arrest him.
On the way to Buxton police station he continued to swear and lunged at one of the officers.
Brealey, who was not represented, told the court: “I would like to say I am really sorry. I had not been out for a while and got too drunk.”
Magistrate Sheila Senior, sentencing Brealey, told him: “It was a very unpleasant incident. Young children were present at what was a family occasion.”
Brealey, of Derwent Drive, Chinley, was fined £200 and ordered to pay £85 costs and a £15 government surcharge.