An "irate" man has been arrested after breaching social distancing rules and swearing at police officers while out on patrol in east Hull.
Community officers were making sure residents were going about their Sunday safely and were at a safe distance from one another when the man verbally attacked them.
He "didn't feel it necessary to adhere to the current social distancing", according to a force spokesman who shared the update on their social media.
However, they also confirmed that he will now be able to practice keeping two metres from other people more effectively - from the comfort of the custody suite at Clough Road Police Station.
The update said: "Whilst out on patrols one young man didn't feel it necessary to adhere to the current social distancing and became irate and swearing at officers.
"We felt it only necessary to give him a room at Hotel Clough where he can isolate effectively."
The latest incident came after police branded another individual's behaviour "disgusting" when they attended a job in Buckingham Street.
He spat all over a patrol car in the street meaning had to be taken out of use to be deep cleaned.