A racist yob turned aggressive after he was asked to stop sitting on the edge of a busy train platform.
Darren Farrer was spotted by staff at LNER dangling his legs onto the track at Newcastle's Central Station, in the city centre, just moments before a train was due.
However, the 43-year-old took exception when he was asked to move and flew into a drunken rage, a court heard.
The police were called and Farrer was arrested for being drunk and disorderly and taken to Forth Banks Police Station.
But Farrer refused to calm down , instead referring to one of the officers as a "p***i c***".
The outburst proved expensive for Farrer, of Clifton Road, in Darlington, after he was fined a total of £150 for one count of being drunk and disorderly and a racially-aggravated public order offence.
Farrer was due at North Tyneside Magistrates' Court on Tuesday but failed to show and instead instructed his solicitor to enter guilty pleas on his behalf.
Prosecutor, Robert Lawson, said two officers were on foot patrol when they were asked to assist LNER staff on August 24.
"The defendant was sitting on the edge of the platform , dangling his legs over the edge and a train was due in a few minutes," Mr Lawson continued.
"Staff had asked him to move but he'd told them to f*** off. The officers heard shouting and the staff pointed to the defendant, who said "I have f***** moved".
"He was nearly knocking into members of public. He was told to calm down and he responded "You can f*** off as well"."
The court heard that Farrer was arrested for being drunk and disorderly and taken to Forth Banks at around 5.40pm.
Mr Lawson added: "The defendant was placed into a holding cell and called an officer "f****** stupid". He's told to keep his hands in sight.
"He replied "You ain't going to do f*** all or that p***i c*** there"."
John Clish, defending, said Farrer, who has past convictions for public order offences, had pleaded guilty at the first opportunity.
He added: "Although Mr Farrer does have a record for public order offence, I can't see any of a racially-aggravated nature.
"This is the first occasion when the offence has been committed with a racial motivation."
Farrer was fined a total of £150 and ordered to pay £85 costs and a £34 victim surcharge.