A man who behaved aggressively towards police and nurses at Harvey Hospital after crashing his car while drink-driving has pleaded guilty to several charges. Kim Haines pleaded guilty to excess 0.08, acting in a disorderly manner in a public place and obstructing a public officer when he faced Harvey Magistrate’s Court last week. Police prosecutor Sgt Karl Rep said Haines was involved in a single-vehicle collision on Forestry Road in Uduc at 6pm on August 15. Haines had a blood alcohol level of 0.129 and was taken to Harvey Hospital after the crash. Sgt Rep said Haines became aggressive towards nurses and staff when he arrived at the Emergency Department. The court was told another patient within metres of Haines who had to be removed from the room following the outburst. He then started to behave violently towards police. Haines told the court he “had a mental breakdown” after finding out something about his partner. He said he was “terribly sorry” and was seeking counselling. Magistrate Andrew Matthews told Haines his behaviour was “alarming and disgusting”. He said nurses did not deserve to deal with someone like Haines. “It’s disgusting what I done,” Haines said after pleading guilty. The court was told of two previous drink-driving charges in 2010 and 2018. Haines was fined $500 for disorderly behaviour and $1000 for obstructing police.