A TEENAGER was found SUPERGLUED to a pal walking on a motorway by cops hunting her over an attack on a 12-year-old girl.
The 16-year-old thug had earlier called her victim a “snitch” for calling police – only to be spotted hours later on the M4 stuck to a mate with high strength Gorilla Glue.
Seeing that the pair needed medical attention in order to be prised apart – police took them straight to hospital.
The 16-year-old from Swindon, Wilts., allegedly began hurling abuse at hospital staff and patients.
The youth pleaded guilty to four charges, which included assaulting a police officer and intimidating witnesses, at Swindon Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday.
Ben Worthington, defending, said his client had not approached the victim’s house in order to intimidate her or her family.
Chair of the Bench, Richard Mattick, said: “Witness intimidation is a serious offence, though it does on this occasion seem more like childish shouting.
“Also, to be on the motorway in the way you were could have caused a serious accident.
“It could have led to other people, including you, being seriously injured.”
The defendant was given a supervision order for a year, which included a six-month un-tagged curfew.
She was also told to undertake 12 days of work in the community and her mother, who was sitting with her in court, was ordered to pay £105 costs.