Manpreet Butoy, 30 of Derby hurled racist remarks towards police officers who had taken him into custody has now been locked up.
He told a female officer that she was a “a scummy English cow” and told another officer “I can’t stand you, you smell of pork”.
The third officer that handcuffed him believed he had drugs on him. This officer was also abused when Manpreet told him to “suck your mum”
Manpreet was already on a suspended sentence for a drug and assault charge during the outrage.
He appeared at Southern Derbyshire Magistrates’ Court where District Judge Jonathan Taaffe sentenced him to 20 weeks in prison.
He told Manpreet: “Police officers have a difficult enough job to do as it is without people like you behaving in the way that you did.
“It is quite clear you are a person with racist views which you express on a regular basis. This court will not tolerate this behaviour towards people doing their job and members of the public.”
CPS Peter Bettany said the offence took place on 22nd January in Normanton Road at 2pm. The police officers seen Manpreet stood with a group of people that were known to be take drugs at that spot.
He further said: “They approached the people and saw the defendant appearing to smoke what they thought were drugs.
“They searched him and found what appeared to be a wrap of drugs and arrested him.
“As they handcuffed him he became agitated, telling the first officer to ‘suck your mum’ and then telling another officer ‘I can’t stand you, you smell of pork’.
“The defendant said to a female officer ‘you’re a scummy English cow’ and she asked him ‘are you being racist towards me?’ to which he answered ‘suck your dad’.”
Mr Peter (CPS) said Manpreet was taken to the station where he was interviewed by the police and he denied having any issues with white people, saying ”I am not a racist boy’ and told the officers he was “not being threatening towards them”
But later he admitted to three counts of racially aggravated threatening or abusive words or behaviour.
He also pleaded guilty to breaching his suspended sentence which he was sentenced for on 23 November for assault and possession of drugs.
Mr Peter (CPS) told the court: Manpreet had many previous convictions and was known to the police before.
Simon Stevens, mitigating said: “On this occasion he clearly got upset and I can only apologise on his behalf for his behaviour.
“I see there are officers sat at the back of the court and I apologise to them on his behalf as well.”
Manpreet was sentenced to 20 weeks in prison and was ordered to pay a £115 victim surcharge.