A CLYDEBANK man who has abused staff at two different pubs in the town has been fined.

Grant McGhee previously pleaded guilty to incidents in July and September 2022 and is already under a three-year exclusion order from one of the venues.

The 31-year-old appeared at Dumbarton Sheriff Court on May 28 for a review of his progress on one of the punishments already handed to him.

On July 29, 2022, at Alexander's Bar, while drunk, McGhee behaved in a disorderly manner and shouted, swore and made threats of violence to staff.

He also had an offensive weapon, a glass, and struggled violently with four police officers and spat.

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Then on September 19 at Mackintosh's, in Dalmuir, he shouted, swore and acted in an aggressive manner towards a bartender.

McGhee, of Glasgow Road, pushed the worker on the head with his head, challenged him to engage in a fight and pushed him on the body, causing him to fall.

Last year, a community payback order was imposed with a three-year exclusion order preventing him from going into Mackintohs's.

He was also put under 18 months of supervision by social workers, told to do 150 hours of unpaid work and take alcohol and drug counselling or treatment.

The court heard he has completed the work in the community.

Sheriff Maxwell Hendry allowed the CPO to continue and for the July 2022 crimes fined him £450 plus a £20 victim surcharge.