POTTY mouths beware.
Magistrate Russell Warfield dealt with two young people today who dropped the C-bomb on police.
Jayme Luke Cooke, 23, and Nicole Jasmine Tull, 20, were both charged with public nuisance.
The latter was seen running across Goondoon St with a council election campaign sign around 4.20am on April 29.
When police asked her to approach, she spouted the profanity. Tull then told the cops to, "F*** off".
Mr Warfield fined the deli worker $400 and gave her a suggestion.
"This sort of language is not appropriate...In future bite your tongue and shut up," he said.
The two charges Cooke was up for were both alcohol-fuelled.
The first incident saw police called to a unit on Bridgeman Place where a fight had erupted around 1.55am on April 24.
Cooke was asked to leave but refused, saying his shirt and mobile phone were inside. Police kindly informed him that he was wearing his shirt.
As Cooke walked away he called the cops "f***ing pigs". "It's because I'm black," he added.
Cooke's bad behaviour didn't end there. Police caught up with him two days later.
He was found striking a man with both fists on Central Lane. The man was semi-conscious.
Lawyer Brad Krebs said the incident occurred when the man intervened in an argument between Cooke and his partner.
He was given 12-months' probation.