A PLUMBER waggled his penis and asked police to search his balls during a boozy birthday night out, a court heard today.
Harvey Wilson, 28, had spent the night celebrating his birthday last year and was still out in Bolton town centre at 5am.
Bolton Magistrates Court heard he argued with staff at the Bamboogy nightclub and police were called to speak to him and a friend.
When officers approached Wilson and said they wanted to search them, the defendant dropped his trousers and pants.
Prosecutor Betsy Hindle said: "He showed his genitals to the officer and said words to the effect, 'do you want to search under my b***s as well?'"
"He did this on a number of occasions whilst handling his own genitalia and waggling it in the officer's direction."
Prosecutor Betsy Hindle added Wilson and his friend were "both displaying disorderly conduct and appeared extremely intoxicated".
Ms Hindle said the display happened on a side street but there were still members of the public in the area.
Wilson, of Heaton, Bolton, then ran off but was found half an hour later in a nearby carpark with a small bag of cannabis.
Wilson pleaded guilty to causing a public nuisance and possessing cannabis.
Ms Hindle said: "There was no sexual element. It was obviously silly behaviour of a very intoxicated individual."
Ms Alia Khokhar, defending, said all day Wilson had been bought drinks by family and friends and cannot remember dropping his trousers.
She said: "He accepts he was uncooperative with police.
"He is utterly ashamed of himself. He was quite shocked at his behaviour."
Wilson was fined £300 and ordered to pay a total of £172 in costs and charges.
Wilson, who has no previous convictions, told the court: "It was completely out of character. I'm humiliated.
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"I just want to put it behind me and get back to work."
Magistrate Ian MacNeil told Wilson: "The lesson to learn is don't get drunk as that.
"On your birthday next year remember that."