A MAN who was caught urinating outside McDonald's kicked and spat at police officers trying to stop him.

Peter Crame, 39, of Gibbs Terrace, Newbury, pleaded guilty on Monday, July 27 to three counts of assault by beating of an emergency worker and one count each of assault by beating, being drunk and disorderly in a public place, resisting a constable in execution of duty and outraging public decency at Reading Magistrates’ Court.

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He has been remanded to appear for sentencing at Reading Crown Court on a date yet to be set.

At around 11.55pm on Saturday, July 25, Crame was seen to urinate in public outside the McDonald's on Oxford Road, Reading.

He was confronted by a staff member, who he then assaulted. The staff member was not injured.

When Thames Valley Police (TVP) officers arrived, Crame assaulted three officers as they tried to arrest him.

One was kicked in the knee and spat at in the face, and the other two were kicked multiple times in the face and head, sustaining bruising and swelling.

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Investigating officer, PC Jake Newton, based at Reading police station said: "Thames Valley Police takes a zero tolerance policy towards offenders who assault officers.

"We are pleased that due to the strength of the evidence presented Crame has pleaded guilty at the earliest opportunity enabling the victims, both members of the public and officers alike, closure."