A COWDENBEATH man was shouting and swearing at his mum’s house, resulting in the police being called.

The incident led to 33-year-old Connor McGill appearing at Dunfermline Sheriff Court.

McGill lives with his mother at her home in Fountain Place, where the offence occurred.

McGill admitted that on November 20, he shouted, swore, demanded entry and kicked a door repeatedly.

Depute fiscal Azrah Yousaf said that, at 11.30am, he attended at his mother’s home and was shouting “open the f****** door”.

He was shouting at a neighbour initially and then to his mother, who called the police.

Defence solicitor Elaine Buist said her client had stopped drinking since the incident.

He was now back living with his mum as he had found staying in a ‘scatter-flat’ depressing.

Sheriff Craig McSherry deferred sentence for good behaviour until April 26, saying: “That is to monitor the situation between you and your mother.”