Blackpool man spat blood at officer leaving him needing a hepatitis jab.

23 year old Lewis Danville of Buchanan Street also admitted racially abusing a doctor.

A man who took a cocktail of alcohol and spice fought wildly with a series of police officers,a court heard.

Lewis Danville spat blood at officers one of whom had to have an anti-hepatitis injection after getting Danville’s blood on his mouth.

Danville (23) of Buchanan Street,Blackpool admitted assaulting six emergency workers-five police officers and a civilian detention officer.

He also admitted racially abusing an accident and emergency doctor at Blackpool Victoria Hospital.

Pam Smith prosecuting at Blackpool Magistrates Court said that officers attended an incident in the town centre and found Danville bleeding on a head wound.

“Danville tried to run off and when police tried to stop him he became violent and fought wildly spitting blood in the face of one officer and kicking out,” said the prosecutor.

She said his offending continued at the hospital despite him being fitted with an anti spit hood.

In interview Danville said he could not remember what had gone on.He was on licence from a previous prison sentence for assaulting emergency workers.

Chairman of the Bench Brian Horrocks sent him for sentence at Preston Crown Court remanding Danville in custody until he appear there on July 24.

He told Danville:

”You have admitted six offences of assault on people who were trying to help you and then you gave disgraceful verbal abuse to a doctor.”

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