A DUNFERMLINE man caused a disturbance by shouting and swearing at his partner in a chemist shop.

Gordon Sallis then ignored bail conditions imposed in court by phoning her.

Sallis, 34, of William Street, was back in the dock at Dunfermline Sheriff Court as a result.

He admitted that on June 5 last year, at Well chemist, St Andrews Street, Dunfermline, he shouted and swore at his then partner.

He also admitted that having been placed on bail on June 6 last year, he then he breached the order by repeatedly contacting his then partner by phone and sending text messages between June 16-22.

Sheriff James MacDonald told Sallis he had admitted committing serious offences and because of his “extensive record”, a custodial sentence would be considered. He called for reports and Sallis will be sentenced on August 28.