An Aylesbury man has been ordered to pay more than £150 after he was caught being drunk and disorderly in central Cardiff.

Jack Gwilliam, aged 22, of Grenville Road, was in the Welsh capital on February 13 when he was caught acting improperly while under the influence of alcohol.

The offence took place in Castle Street, in the Cathays area of the city, very close to one of the city’s largest tourist destinations – Cardiff Castle.

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At Wycombe Magistrates’ Court on March 9, Gwilliam pleaded guilty to a charge of being drunk and disorderly.

The magistrates fined Gwilliam £40 and ordered him to pay a further £119 in court costs.

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