A man has been fined after he allegedly pretended to be a ghost while at a cemetery. According to a report on Scotsman.com, 24-year-old Anthony Stallard was seen inside the cemetery kicking a football around with a friend after the two had been drinking.
Authorities say the two were shouting, singing, and being disrespectful.
“He was throwing himself backwards, waving his arms about and going ‘wooooooo’. I’m assuming he was pretending to be a ghost,” Tim Concannon, prosecuting at Portsmouth Magistrates’ Court, told Scotsman.com.
The article says Stallard was undergoing testing for autism at the time of the incident. The report said he was fined for his actions.