A DRUNK Dunfermline woman caused a disturbance in the aisles of a supermarket after being told she could not buy alcohol.

Kerry Munro refused to leave the Tesco store, made threats, sat down on the floor and started throwing items from her handbag.

Munro, 48, of Chalmers Street, appeared at Dunfermline Sheriff Court.

She admitted that on August 14, at Tesco, Winterthur Lane, she acted aggressively, shouted, swore, made threats of violence, refused to leave the premises when asked repeatedly to do so by staff and threw items from her handbag.

Depute fiscal Azrah Yousaf said Munro was seen coming into the store under the influence of alcohol at around 8pm by a security officer.

He spoke to colleagues and told them not to serve her more alcohol as she was already drunk.

When told she would not be buying more alcohol, Munro became angry, shouting at staff and saying: “Who do you think you are?” and “I’m going to f*** you up.”

She refused to leave the store and sat down on the floor, resulting in the police being called.

Munro, who was representing herself, said: “I’m deeply ashamed about my behaviour.”

Sheriff Charles Macnair deferred sentence until November 10 next year for Munro to be of good behaviour.