London, March 17 (ANI): Marium Varinauskas, a Lithuanian, has been fined 600 pounds for assaulting a female police officer with his genitals.
The Aberdeen Sheriff Court was told the 28-year-old tried to strike the female cop, who cannot be named for legal reasons, on her head after she was called out to a disturbance at his apartment on November 15, 2009.
According to prosecutors, the Grampian Police constable just escaped being hit in the face.
Varinauskas was about to be tried for assault but he pleaded guilty to the charge.
He, however, denied using offensive and sexual remarks, which was accepted by prosecutors.
His girlfriend had called in the police to his Tillydrone home complaining he was wild and drunk.
When cops arrived on the scene they saw the self-employed engineer sitting on the sofa in just a pair of underpants, the court heard.
"The accused got to his feet and was standing over the police officer exposing (himself) .... forcing her to take evasive action to avoid getting struck," the Telegraph quoted fiscal depute Elaine Lynch, prosecuting, as telling the court.
The court was told Varinauskas had been drinking "very heavily" and his girlfriend wanted him to leave the house.
Officers arrested Varinauskas and he was taken away while he was still in his underwear.
John Hardie, defending, said: "He can't remember anything but accepts that if that's what the police say then that's what happened.
"He has never been so drunk before that day and accepts he has to take full responsibility.
"He apologises profusely and is extremely embarrassed."
Talking after the attack, Varinauskas said: "I had too much to drink and don't remember anything.
"I was going to bed and was just wearing my pants.
"I feel quite bad about it all but it's difficult to say anything because I don't remember."
Sheriff Annella Cowan was told Varinauskas had quit binge drinking after the incident. (ANI)