Woman, 24, is jailed for six months for spitting at an emergency worker while claiming to have coronavirus as 30-year-old man is given a year behind bars for coughing at two nurses

A 24-year-old woman has been jailed for six months for spitting at an emergency worker while claiming to have the coronavirus.
Joel Martinique Hall appeared before magistrates in Mold after the incident in Pwllheli, North Wales.
She was arrested on Tuesday and charged with 11 offences, including biting and spitting at an emergency service worker and claiming to have deadly bug.
North Wales Police county chief inspector for Gwynedd Mark Armstrong said: 'Assaulting Emergency Service workers at anytime is simply not acceptable, as is the disorderly behaviour that this female was responsible for in Pwllheli this past Tuesday afternoon.
'The fact that she has been charged and sentenced on first appearance for 11 separate offences, to six months immediate imprisonment, shows how serious the court has taken these offences against both the community and also the emergency service workers involved, who were simply doing their jobs within the communities they serve.'
She appeared before magistrates in Mold (pictured) after the incident in Pwllheli, North Wales
 She appeared before magistrates in Mold (pictured) after the incident in Pwllheli, North Wales

In Staffordshire a man has been jailed for 12 months after coughing in the face of two nurses in hospital.
Lance King, 30, of no fixed address, was taken to Royal Stoke University Hospital with suspected Covid-19 and coughed on two A&E nurses on April 6.
He also urinated on the floor of the cubicle and scribbled on himself and items within the cubicle with a pen from the nurse's desk, Staffordshire Police said.
Lance King, 30, of no fixed address, was taken to Royal Stoke University Hospital (pictured) with suspected Covid-19 and coughed on two A&E nurses on April 6
Lance King, 30, of no fixed address, was taken to Royal Stoke University Hospital (pictured) with suspected Covid-19 and coughed on two A&E nurses on April 6
It comes as police stopped one motorist in Wales who was heading to west Wales for a spot of crab fishing over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend, before being turned around and sent home.
The driver was one of 1,300 vehicles pulled over by Dyfed Powys Police as they clamped down on holiday makers attempting to travel to popular coastal hotspots during lockdown.
Woman, 24, is jailed for six months for spitting at an emergency worker while claiming to have coronavirus as 30-year-old man is given a year behind bars for coughing at two nurses Woman, 24, is jailed for six months for spitting at an emergency worker while claiming to have coronavirus as 30-year-old man is given a year behind bars for coughing at two nurses Reviewed by STATION GOSSIP on 00:41 Rating: 5

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