A ROSYTH woman banged on the door of a man late at night and shouted abuse, calling him a “Taliban paedophile”.

The unwanted visitor, 34-year-old Gemma Hepburn, of Webster Place, went to the man’s home repeatedly and, as a result, has appeared at Dunfermline Sheriff Court.

She admitted that on May 1, at Primrose Court, Rosyth, she attended at a house uninvited, shouted, swore, acted aggressively, banged on a door repeatedly, demanded entry to the property repeatedly, pulled and pushed a door handle, poured alcohol over the front door and made offensive comments repeatedly to the person living there.

Then, on May 19, she breached bail undertaking conditions when she again entered Primrose Court.

Depute fiscal Catherine Stevenson said the victim had not long moved into his new home when Hepburn turned up at his door, saying she used to live there.

Then, a few weeks later, at 11.50pm, the man was wakened by someone banging on his door.

He looked out and saw Hepburn pulling at the door, pouring alcohol over it and shouting: “Let me in. You’ll be out of here soon. Taliban paedophile.”

Police were called and when they arrived, Hepburn was shouting: “F****** paedophile.”

After being arrested, Hepburn told police: “I’m just a silly f****** b******.”

Hepburn later breached bail conditions banning her from entering the man’s street when she turned up there again heavily intoxicated.

Sheriff James MacDonald imposed a community payback order with six months of supervision and 60 hours of unpaid work.