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Expensive lesson forverbal tirade outside Hungry Jacks

A MAN, 24, told to leave the vicinity of Hungry Jacks in Dalby at the weekend went a little way away before he started swearing and "behaving in a disorderly manner", according to police.

The man was found outside the fast-food restaurant in Dalby about 11.25pm on Saturday when police told the man to stop swearing and acting inappropriately.

The man ignored the police direction and was later issued an on-the-spot fine of $353 for his disorderly conduct.

In an unrelated matter, Dalby police are investigating after a ute parked at Dalby Hospital was broken into sometime between noon and 4.15pm on Saturday.

A red and black bag carrying clothing was stolen from the Toyota LandCruiser ute.

Anyone with information relating to either incident is asked to contact Dalby police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Topics:  crime dalby dalby police hungry jacks ticket


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