A 22-year-old woman drove dangerously and erratically from Edinburgh, over the Queensferry Crossing, and then crashed in Inverkeithing.

During the 35-minute journey she went through a red light, mounted a kerb, almost crashed on the bridge, went the wrong way on a roundabout and drove on a motorway slip road in the wrong direction.

Care worker Nicole Findlay later claimed she had no recollection of the journey and could not explain why she had driven to Fife.

She was originally sentenced to 75 hours of unpaid work but has not done it.

As a result, Findlay, of Monkrigg Place, Haddington, appeared back in the dock at Dunfermline Sheriff Court.

The explanation for not doing the work, given by defence solicitor Amy Harley was that “she works six days a week and has mental health issues”.

Sheriff Craig McSherry revoked the order and instead fined Findlay £1075.

She previously admitted that on May 20 last year in Calder Crescent, Sighthill, the M90 between Queensferry Crossing and Ferrytoll, Hope Street, Inverkeithing and elsewhere she drove a car dangerously.

She drove through a red light, mounted a kerb, straddled both lanes on the Edinburgh city bypass and repeatedly weaved between lanes, drove at low speed, weaved into the hard shoulder and almost struck the central reservation.

She then weaved between both lanes on the Queensferry Crossing, drove on to the hard shoulder of the bridge and almost hit a barrier.

She mounted the kerb at the A9000 roundabout, performed a three-point turn on the ramp to the M90 at Ferrytoll, drove the wrong way down a slip road, drove the wrong way on a roundabout, almost colliding with a vehicle, drove in the wrong lane into Hope Street, struck a barrier, then drove into the opposing lane and struck a wall.

She also admitted that later at the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary she refused to provide a sample of blood.

At the original sentencing in November, when she was also banned from driving for 18 months and until she passed the extended test, Sheriff Charles Lugton told Findlay: “You could easily have been killed or killed someone else.”