A ROSYTH man just released from custody went to Dunfermline police station and got himself into more trouble.

Stewart Grindlay was angry that his mobile phone wasn't returned to him when he was released after a weekend in custody.

His actions led to Grindlay, 32, of Pinkerton Place, appearing back at Dunfermline Sheriff Court.

He admitted that on May 15 last year, at Dunfermline police station, he behaved in a threatening or abusive manner, acted aggressively and a punched a glass partition placing a police inquiry officer in a state of fear and alarm.

Depute fiscal Dev Kapadia said Grindlay had attended the police station at 12.30pm and was asked to take a seat because the reception desk was busy.

After about 10 minutes of waiting, he went back up to the counter and complained that he had been released from custody earlier and his mobile phone was missing.

When told it had been seized as evidence, Grindlay became angry.

He said: “You better give me my phone or £850.”

When told again he could not have his phone returned at that time, Grindlay punched the glass partition and walked out.

The court was told Grindlay was already on a community payback order with unpaid work.

Sheriff Charles MacNair ordered Grindlay to carry out another 60 hours of unpaid work for this latest conviction.