Posted: 11:38 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 9, 2014

Man fined for pretending to be ghost at cemetery

By Cox Media Group National Content Desk

Anthony Stallard’s actions are sure to haunt him.

That’s because according to the Huffington Post, 24-year-old Stallard was arrested and fined for his drunken behavior at Kingston Cemetery in Portsmouth, England.

In addition to singing loudly and kicking a soccer ball around the gravestones, witnesses claim Stallard pretended to be a ghost, complete with arm flapping and creepy “wooo” sounds in front of a grieving family.

Stallard pleaded guilty to using threatening or abusive words or behavior likely to cause distress. His fine amounted to approximately $58. His graveyard antics caused his suspended sentence for a previous assault charge to be extended by three months, according to the The Portsmouth News.

The man’s attorney says Stallard regrets his actions.

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