Paul Waterman, the driver who was caught on camera verbally abusing traffic ranks, appeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts where several charges were read against him.
The charges included careless driving, failure to comply with Police directives, abusive language and disorderly behaviour.
First, he appeared in Court Seven before Magistrate Clive Nurse and pleaded guilty to the charge of careless driving and was fined $25,000 with an alternative of five weeks’ imprisonment.
He was also fined $25,000 with an alternative of five weeks’ imprisonment for failing to comply with a Police directive and with respect to the obstruction charge, he was also fined $25,000 or faced five weeks’ imprisonment.
Additionally, on Monday, he appeared in Court Three before Principal Magistrate Sherdel Isaacs-Marcus, to answer to the offences of abusive language and disorderly behaviour.
Both charges were read to him, and he pleaded not guilty to both offences. He was granted $10,000 bail on each charge.
The matters were both adjourned to January 30, 2023. Meanwhile, Waterman is expected to appear in court today to answer an additional charge of indecent language.