A protester who made racist remarks to a police officer and spat at another during last month's EDL and anti-fascist protests in Cambridge pleaded guilty yesterday.
Roy May, 56, of Elmfield Road, Cambridge, urinated outside a house in Emmanuel Street on February 23 when street closures for the protest were taking place. Pc Singh confronted May about what he was doing and received a torrent of racial abuse, city magistrates were told.
Delia Matthews, prosecuting, said: "He was swearing and his words were slurred because he was drunk." May then spat at police officers, catching Pc Helen Greenfield on the cheek.
May will appear in court again on March 18 for sentencing.