An Australian barman who mooned the U.K.'s Queen Elizabeth during her visit to the country last year has been fined about $800, according to reports.
The Herald Sun newspaper said Liam Warriner, 22, of Sydney, admitted being a public nuisance after a charge of wilful exposure was dropped. He was fined 750 Australian dollars, which is just over $800.
The paper said that the Queen's motorcade was driving along a street lined with crowds of people in Brisbane when Warriner dropped his underwear and shorts and lifted his shirt.
He then ran about 50 yards alongside the motorcade with an Australian flag between his buttocks. He later told police he did not like the Queen or elitist groups.
Warriner's lawyer John-Paul Mould said his client was unlikely to do the same thing again as it was "extremely unlikely as the Queen was unlikely to visit Australia again," The Brisbane Times reported.
"So the media says, but who knows?" Magistrate AnnThacker replied.
The Herald Sun reported that Warriner said after the court case that he had no regrets.
"I'm a proud anti-monarchist ... What's uncivilized about it? We came into the world naked," he told the paper.
Warriner added that people should not think of the Queen as a "cute granny," saying she was a "very powerful woman."
The Herald Sun said there was a heated exchange between Warriner and reporters outside the court.
Warriner said Australia Prime Minister Julia Gillard and even Barack Obama would not be immune to his style of protest, the paper reported.
"Any self-important, self-propogating elitists, I will happily bare my buttocks to and tell them what I think of them," he said.