AN ARGUMENT over loud music led to a drunk Rosyth man committing an offence against his partner.

Graeme Gillanders, 26, of Camdean Crescent, appeared in the dock at Dunfermline Sheriff Court.

He admitted that on August 1, at an address in Dunfermline, he shouted, swore, acted in an aggressive manner towards his ex-partner and pointed aggressively at her.

Depute fiscal Freya Anderson-Ward said an argument had started about loud music being played by Gillanders, drinking in the living room as his partner had been trying to get to sleep.

Gillanders told her to leave as nobody liked her and no-one wanted her to be there. He continued to shout and point at her.

Defence solicitor Roshni Joshi said “alcohol had been consumed by all parties” into the early hours of the morning.

She added: “He’s ashamed of what was said in the heat of the moment.”

Sheriff James Macdonald deferred sentence until November 10 for Gillanders to be of good behaviour.