Teen faces court for yahooing in Clinton

KIERAN Barry might not remember what happened at 12.30am on October 26, but he will remember he copped a $300 fine for it.

Police prosecutor Mick O'Rourke told Gladstone Magistrate's Court, Barry was "yahooing" with a group of youths in a residential area in Clinton, yelling at police ""show me some respect".

Chief Magistrate Ray Rinaudo chastised the 17-year-old retail worker for disturbing neighbours and insulting police.

Defence Lawyer Jun Pepito said his client had attended a party but did not remember much after leaving.

No conviction was recorded.



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