A foul-mouthed alcoholic was back in jail after being accused of shouting at members of the public at the Victorian Extravaganza at Llandudno.

Richard Wyn Davies, aged 46, of Woodland Road West, Colwyn Bay, pleaded guilty to breaching a criminal behaviour order on Sunday.

He was locked up for twelve weeks.

Magistrates at Llandudno heard he had a bottle of cider and tried to punch a security guard. Angela Narey, prosecuting, said Davies had 181 offences on his record.

Simon Sargent, defending, said Davies had spent numerous periods in custody.

He had no memory of the offence after drinking too much.

Court chairman Darren Campbell told the defendant: "This sort of behaviour will not be tolerated.”