Mobility scooter rider fined for telling OAPs to 'get out of the f****** way'

Frederick Wilkinson, 53, launched his sweary tirades at strangers as he towed a trailer.

Bank customers heard him calling someone a “f****** daft t**t”.

Betty McAuliffe, 76, told magistrates in Llandudno, North Wales he said she was a “f****** b**ch” after she told him off for driving on a narrow path.

Prosecutor Nia Lloyd said Wilkinson had been cautioned for a public order offence last year.

Wilkinson said witnesses were trying to get him into trouble.

He was fined £120 and ordered to pay £230 costs after being found guilty of disorderly behaviour.

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