A magistrate has told a 38-year-old woman that she “carried on like an absolute pork chop” after exposing her breasts to police officers who told her to move on. Sally Anne Brockwell, of Bunbury, was fined $1300 plus court costs after pleading guilty to behaving in a disorderly manner in public, obstructing officers and possessing cannabis. The court was told that Brockwell was walking through Victoria Street near Fitzgerald’s Irish Bar on July 2. Police deemed her behaviour to be disorderly. When told to move on, Brockwell became belligerent and exposed her breasts. After police arrested her, she became more aggressive, kicking and swinging her arms. In submissions, Brockwell said she had been stressed about her personal life. In sentencing, Magistrate Benjamin Tyers said Brockwell “carried on like an absolute pork chop” and should have just moved on when told to. “The police have better things to do than deal with someone behaving in that manner,” he said.