A Cardenden man has been given a “final, final chance” to get on with his unpaid work.

Kieran Heggie, 22, of Carden Avenue, appeared back at Dunfermline Sheriff Court.

He admitted that on 3rd December at Balgonie Avenue, Bowhill, he attended at a house uninvited, repeatedly kicked a door, repeatedly threw unknown objects at the door, shouted, swore and repeatedly banged on windows and doors.

He breached bail between 5th and 6th December by approaching a female having been ordered not to and entering Balgonie Avenue.

On 6th December, at Carden Avenue and in the back of a police vehicle on the way to Dunfermline police station, he shouted, swore, made threats of violence and behaved aggressively.

However, Sheriff Francis Gill was unimpressed to see that Heggie had not attended even the initial appointment for unpaid work from a recent sentence.

He noted that a social worker had gone to his home with a bus ticket for him.

Defence solicitor Kerr Sneddon said: “Yes and he says he thinks it wasn’t a social worker but an undercover police officer.”

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“I didn’t get a bus ticket through the door. They’re lying about that again,” said Heggie from the dock.

Mr Sneddon said: “He very much doesn’t want to go to jail and will do the unpaid work. He’s asking for a final, final chance.”

Sheriff Gill asked Heggie if he was going to do the unpaid work and he said he would.

The sheriff deferred sentence on these latest offences until 21st February.