A TEENAGER who admitted racially abusing a doorman said he couldn’t remember what he said.
Prosecutor Elizabeth Valera said officers came across Purcell drunk and shouting at a doorman outside a bar in Trinity Street at 2.35am on January 1.
Purcell repeatedly hurled racial abuse at the doorman, the court was told.
Magistrates gave Lackenby an 18-month conditional discharge and ordered he pay a victim surcharge of £15.
They made no order for costs.