A Worcester man has admitted racially harassing a police officer.

Mohammed Hussain, of Arboretum Road in the city centre, harassed an officer in Malvern on April 9.

The 34-year-old intended to cause PC Jenkins harassment, alarm or distress by using threatening, abusive words or behaviour.

Appearing in front of Worcester magistrates on Monday, June 20, Hussain also admitted failing to provide a specimen of blood for analysis after being suspected of drink or drug driving.

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At a previous hearing, he had pleaded not guilty to both offences.

Hussain has been remanded on unconditional bail until June 27, when he will be sentenced. In the meantime, he has been given an interim driving ban.