A WOMAN was subjected to a terrifying ordeal by her drunk partner during a night away at an hotel in North Queensferry.

The actions of Tony Wilson were described as “disgusting” when he appeared in the dock at Dunfermline Sheriff Court.

Wilson, 25, of Baptie Place, Bo’ness, admitted that on June 16 to 17 at the Double Tree by Hilton Edinburgh - Queensferry Crossing, St Margaret’s Head, he assaulted his partner by repeatedly spitting on her face and body and pouring a bottle of alcohol over her head.

He also admitted he acted aggressively, shouted, swore, made abusive remarks and threatened violence to her.

Depute fiscal Sanah Idrees said the couple were having a night away at the hotel and Wilson had started consuming alcohol heavily.

His partner began to feel anxious about the amount Wilson was drinking. He then started to become hostile and aggressive towards her, repeatedly shouting “f*** off” at her.

Wilson then vomited all over the bathroom and his increasingly aggressive behaviour left his partner terrified, said the depute.

He then spat on her and when she said she could not believe he had done that, he did so again repeatedly.

He called her a “fat cow” then lunged at her as if he was going to headbutt her.

“She was cowering in a corner, terrified,” added the depute.

Wilson then poured a full bottle of beer over her.

The police were later called by hotel staff.

Defence solicitor Alexander Flett said his client was “horrified” after hearing what he had done. “He hasn’t consumed alcohol since,” he added.

Sheriff Alastair Brown told Wilson: “This was disgusting behaviour.”

He called for reports and Wilson will be sentenced on August 26.