A WOMAN’S car was attacked by her former partner in Dunfermline.

Luke Bertorelli, 20, who made threats to kill her during the incident, appeared for sentencing at Dunfermline Sheriff Court.

Bertorelli, of Blackhall Farm Cottage, Grange Road, Dunfermline, was told by a sheriff he had behaved like a “sulky two-year-old”.

He previously admitted that on January 9, at an address in Dunfermline, he approached a car occupied by his ex-partner, attempted to gain entry, shouted and swore at her, made threats to kill her, made offensive remarks to her and caused damage to the car.

Sheriff Alison McKay said: “Your behaviour was entirely inappropriate. If your former partner didn’t want to speak to you, you can’t then behave like a sulky two-year-old having a tantrum, which is what you did here.”

Bertorelli will have to pay for the damaged caused to the car.

Sheriff McKay imposed a community payback order with 24 months’ supervision. She also ordered a review on July 3 and asked for the Crown to find out the cost of the vandalism.