A DALMUIR man has been ordered to carry out 140 hours of unpaid work as a punishment after he repeatedly kicked a vehicle and made threats of violence.

Scott Vincent, 47, of Clyde Court, shouted, swore, acted aggressively, threatened violence and damaged the vehicle in Mountblow Road on August 20 last year.

Then, on October 12, he behaved in a similar fashion at Dumbarton Sheriff Court by shouting, swearing and refusing to leave despite repeatedly being asked to do so.

Vincent was back at the same court last Friday for sentencing on the two counts of threatening or abusive behaviour.

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Gemma McKechnie, prosecuting, said Vincent “had no business” at the court on the day of the second offence, and added that though he had been escorted off the premises by police, he later returned, and became aggressive once more, and “stuck his finger up at a young family for no reason”.