A DUNFERMLINE man has appeared from custody after committing a catalogue of driving offences.

Alistair Stewart drove while banned and when unfit to be behind the wheel in any case because of drink or drugs, along with other offences.

He also collided with a stationary vehicle and drove off the road before hitting a traffic sign.

Stewart, 23, of Beath View, appeared in the dock at Dunfermline Sheriff Court.

He admitted that on Sunday, in Pentland Terrace, Aberdour Road and elsewhere in Dunfermline, he drove a car while disqualified and without insurance.

He also admitted driving carelessly and at excessive speed in Aberdour Road, failed to keep a proper look-out for other vehicles, collided with a stationary vehicle, causing damage to it and then drove on the wrong side of the road, causing his vehicle to leave the roadway, mounted a verge and collided with a traffic sign.

At Dunfermline police station he failed to provide a blood specimen.

He also admitted that he drove on Aberdour Road when unfit to do so through drink or drugs.

Sheriff Craig McSherry called for reports and Stewart will be sentenced on January 15. He imposed a temporary driving ban until then and Stewart was also made subject to a home curfew from 7pm-7am.