Nuisance drunk arrested as wife was about to give birth
arrest when he failed to show.
Jonas, of Bradford Road in Dewsbury, had been staying in Romania but then decided to return to West Yorkshire with his wife.
He was arrested at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary on Monday, his solicitor Carl Kingsley said.
Mr Kingsley explained: “He was arrested from the hospital where his wife was giving birth to twins by caesarian section.
“That was Monday so I imagine that the matter has now taken place.”
The Huddersfield court was told that Jonas had been involved in several drunken incidents in the past involving members of the public as well as police.
On one occasion his own sister called police because she was upset by his behaviour.
Prosecutor Vicky Trueman asked Judge Scanlon to make a CBO preventing Jonas from acting in a manner likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress in public.
Mr Kingsley argued that the imposition of such an order was unnecessary and “using a sledgehammer to crack a nut.”
But Judge Scanlon granted the application, warning Jonas to “behave like a 26-year-old about to have a child.”
He told him: “You’re more than a social nuisance as you go round and about in public drunk and without any thought for the affect it has on others.
“You have been drinking too much in public, upsetting other people when you’re drunk and causing law abiding members of the public to turn around and go the other way when they see you.
“Let me make it clear that town centres are public spaces for everyone.
“If you can’t behave when you’ve had too much to drink then your right to do what you want is going to be stopped because everybody else’s right to go about their business wins.”
The CBO bans Jonas fron entering Dewsbury town centre as defined by a map for two years.
He was also banned from drinking alcohol in any public place other than a licensed premises for the same period.
Jonas will have to pay £100 compensation for the damage caused to the vehicle, £250 fine and £30 victim surcharge.