A nuisance drinker has been deported back to Poland after being found stumbling around the streets – with a bag of VOMIT.
Henryk Kujawa, 56, was booted out of Britain on Saturday after police secured a landmark ruling to remove him from the country.
The raging alcoholic was picked up by officers after he was seen on the streets of West Bromwich, West Mids., carrying a bag of his own sick.
He was spotted shouting at young women – leaving some so terrified they handed over cash to make him go away.
Homeless Kujawa would then spent the cash on more booze to feed his addiction.
When West Midlands Police offered him help to fight his alcoholism he refused and officers turned to immigration laws to remove him.
Under European Economic Area (EEA) regulations, EEA nationals have the right to extend their stay in the UK beyond three months if they are working, seeking employment or are self sufficient.
After border police proved Kujawa had no intention of finding a job the decision was made to have him removed from Britain.
On Saturday he was put on a flight back to Poland by officers to spend Christmas back in Europe following the first-of-its-kind court order.
Sergeant Gavin Peever from the West Bromwich Central neighbourhood policing team said: “Kujawa would intimidate young women and older people to the point where they would hand over cash just to make him go away.
“He would then use this money to fuel his alcohol addiction.
“In the last incident reported to police, he was spotted stumbling around the town’s main streets carrying a bag filled with vomit.
“He refused countless offers of help and support from police and other agencies leaving us with no option but to utilise tough immigration laws which mean he was removed from the country.
“This was an extraordinary step for my officers to take but it must be remembered that Kujawa was an extraordinary individual.
“For a long time he abused the system and the generosity of local people who he would intimidate which his drunken anti-social antics.
“He was presented with many an opportunity to turn his life around but even these were declined.
“I would like to thank those people who took the time to report their concerns about street drinkers in the town centre to police.
“We haven’t cured the problem yet but I would like to reassure local people that my team are committed to making the town a better place as
the removal of Kujawa proves.”