A naked man rioted, armed with a “For Sale” sign as a weapon, and kicked the officer in the head

Ryan Cunliffe, 24, had removed his pants and threatened paramedics, damaged property, manhandled officers and kicked a police officer in the head

Ryan Cunliffe threatened a paramedic, damaged cars and punched a police officer in a drunken rampage
Ryan Cunliffe threatened a paramedic, damaged cars and punched a police officer in a drunken rampage

A naked man, drunk and armed with a “For Sale” sign on the rampage, kicked a police officer in the head.

Ryan Cunliffe, 24, had his pants off when they loosened around his ankles, threatened paramedics, damaged property and viciously beat the officer.

He was found passed out in front of his grandmother’s door after kicking and abusing police officers. Liverpool echo reported.

Cunlifee was given a suspended sentence in December after narrowly escaping jail time.

He was back at Liverpool Crown Court yesterday after getting drunk on the streets of Haydock and was reported to have alcohol on him.

Cunliffe was sentenced to six months’ imprisonment with an 18-month suspended sentence


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He was also reported to be stalking two women and police were called to the Queens Road area.

While searching for him, they learned that family members were also looking for him.

His aunt told officers he was lying unconscious on his grandma’s doorstep around the corner and they found him apparently asleep.

When he was awakened, he regained consciousness but aggressively verbally abused the officers and then began to cry and ramble on. When they tried to take a bottle of wine from him, he wouldn’t let go.

Sarah Griffin, the prosecutor, said an officer grabbed his left arm and attempted to handcuff him and when the wine was forcibly taken from him he continued to behave abusively and yelled.

He was told to stay on the ground for his safety but tried to get up and threw his head forward to smack it against a wall but missed.

The judge warned him it was his last chance


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He said he wanted to hug his father, which is allowed, and that calmed him down.

But then he tried to back away from officers and was abusive again, telling an officer “fuck off, you screwed up” and “you’re a great dude”.

He was taken to the ground and while a policewoman was trying to control his legs, he kicked her left knee, causing pain, and he was arrested.

Miss Griffin said Cunliffe, 24, was put in leg shackles and yelled at the police: “N***e hope your kids pay for this, hope your kids grow up with cancer, hope your kids know that you are a pedophile.’

When interviewed by Coronation Drive in Haydock, Cunliffe said he couldn’t remember anything and was “embarrassed and started to cry”.

He pleaded guilty to assaulting an emergency worker while serving the 14-month sentence, which was suspended for 18 months for racketeering last December.

Anthony O’Donohoe, defending himself, said it was “an extremely sad case. This is a young man in the grip of a terrible addiction that started during lockdown.”

He said he was from a good family and that his aunt drove around looking for him that night.

Mr O’Donohoe said when not drunk Cunliffe was a “very polite, respectful man”.

He cooperated with the alcohol treatment order imposed at the last conviction and is on medication for cravings.

He added, “He’s trapped in this horrible state of alcohol addiction right now.”

The judge, recorder David Wilson, said Cunliffe had not gone out with any intention of committing an act of violence and was in a drunken daze.

He sentenced him to six months in prison, suspended for 18 months, and warned: “It’s your last chance, don’t blame yourself”.

He extended the alcohol treatment requirement for another six months, saying: “You face a prison sentence if you commit another offense before December 2023.”

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