A man who dropped his pants and “swung his hips in a gyrating fashion” at police officers in a drunken stupor has been fined. Adam Christian Baff was noticeably drunk, the court was told, when police arrived on the scene after receiving reports of a man “shadowboxing” and throwing items on a suburban road in Waikiki about 1pm on July 1. A sheepish Baff appeared in Rockingham Magistrates Court on Friday, July 7, facing one count of disorderly behaviour in public and one count of indecent acts in public. Police prosecutor Sen. Const. Mick Fallows told the court it had been evident Baff had been drinking heavily and was still holding a wine bottle while he shadowboxed. Sen. Const. Fallows said the 46-year-old began shouting at the attending police officers, telling them to “f... off” and inviting them to “smash on” several times while “raising his fists” at them. As police attempted to de-escalate the situation, Baff then pulled down his pants and exposed himself before he “swung his hips in a gyrating fashion” at the responding officers. He was arrested and charged over the drunken ordeal. Representing himself, Baff pleaded guilty to both charges, telling Magistrate Steven Malley “I don’t know what to say, sir”. Mr Malley scolded Baff over his “appalling behaviour” and fined him $2000, plus $237.60 in costs.