Greenhithe man sentenced to 18 weeks in jail for causing chaos in two Rochester pubs

Greenhithe man sentenced to 18 weeks in jail for causing chaos in two Rochester pubs

A man from Greenhithe has been sentenced to 18 weeks in jail for causing chaos in two pubs on Rochester High Street. Alfie Mack-Hudson was known for his violent and aggressive behavior and has now been banned from both establishments.

According to reports, the 27-year-old arrived at the first pub and immediately began causing trouble, becoming offensive towards one of the employees. When asked to leave, he then proceeded to assault a customer who was trying to assist the staff.

Mack-Hudson then made his way to another pub on the high street where he continued his aggressive behavior and even threatened one of the staff members. When the employee attempted to call the police, he knocked the phone out of her hand before leaving.

Upon the arrival of the authorities, the man became violent and attempted to bite two female constables while they were attempting to arrest him. He was later charged with two assaults, two assaults on emergency workers, and a public order offence.

Mack-Hudson pleaded guilty at Medway Magistrates’ Court on Thursday (Feb 15) and was immediately sentenced to 18 weeks in jail. Police Sergeant Paul Relf expressed his satisfaction with the outcome, stating that this type of behavior will not be tolerated and that those responsible will face consequences.

He also mentioned that the hospitality staff should not have to endure abuse and violence in their line of work. As part of his sentence, Mack-Hudson will also be subject to an exclusion order from both pubs, forcing him to find a new place to get his drinks once he is released.

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