A Dunfermline woman threatened to make a false rape allegation against a workman and then flashed her breasts at him in the street.

Neecole Hunter, 24, of Lauder Street, appeared Dunfermline Sheriff Court to be sentenced for a catalogue of offences she committed last year.

On January 4, at her home, she assaulted a female by repeatedly seizing her by the hair and pulling it, to her injury.

On January 12, at Lauder Street, she was in possession of an offensive weapon, a metal pole.

On July 14, at Headwell Avenue, Dunfermline, she assaulted a police officer by spitting at him.

And on July 20, at Lauder Street, she acted in an aggressive manner, threatened to falsely report a man for a sexual assault and exposed her breasts.

Depute fiscal Amy Robertson said the last offence involved a workman who was sitting in his parked van.

At 5.40pm he became aware of loud voices and a female coming from the direction of Townhill Road. She approached his van and he wound down his window to see what she wanted.

As a result of her behaviour at his van, he decided to record her actions on his mobile phone.

Hunter shouted: “Phone the police all you want. I’ll get you done for trying to rape me.”

She then pulled up her top, exposing her breasts and shouted: “Take a photo of these.”

Defence solicitor Alexander Flett said his client suffered from “mental health issues”.

Sheriff Wylie Robertson warned Hunter that she will likely be facing custody if she continues to offend.

He imposed two community payback orders with a total of 200 hours of unpaid work and fined Hunter £640.