A man who pulled down his pants in front of police was sentenced in Orange Local Court on Monday for possession of 0.4 grams of methamphetamine.
Police were called to Sieben Drive after a suspicious man was seen looking in vehicles and walking up driveways about 9.20am on October 2.
When police arrived in Sieben Drive they saw Robert Brennan, 24, of Dalton Street, wearing similar clothes to what was reported.
According to police Brennan had his hands down his pants and when asked why he said "I have bugs, here you go, have a look," then he pulled his pants down.
Police said he was acting erratically, ranting about unknown things, tensing his arms, looking around and walking backwards.
Brennan's pupils were also dilated and he was grinding his teeth so police suspected he was under the influence of drugs.
Brennan was searched and found him possession of the methamphetamine.
"I take it to calm me down, you don't get it," he said when asked about the drug and although he was told by police that amphetamines were not a depressant and would have the opposite effect.
Brennan did not appear in court and he was convicted and fined $220 in his absence.
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