A 33-YEAR-OLD man who caused a disturbance after seeing his former partner at a medical centre has been sentenced.

In the dock at Dunfermline Sheriff Court was Graeme Thomson, of Alexander Road, Glenrothes.

He admitted that on January 6, at Lochgelly Medical Practice, David Street, Lochgelly, he swore repeatedly, uttered abusive remarks, acted aggressively and kicked a car repeatedly.

Depute fiscal Azrah Yousaf said the woman had gone to pick up a medical prescription.

Thomson saw her and asked: “What are you in here for, you f****** s***? A pregnancy test?”

She felt “frightened and embarrassed”, added the depute. He continued to shout abuse when the woman got into the car and was driven off.

Defence solicitor Kerr Sneddon said: “He realises he acted terribly on this day. It was a chance meeting. He saw her and lost his temper. He apologises for that behaviour.”

Sheriff Alastair Brown imposed an 18-week restriction of liberty order and a one-year non-harassment order.