A DUNFERMLINE man, who smashed a glass door at a shop and caused a disturbance at a pub in separate incidents, has appeared back in court.

Darren Stewart damaged the shop door more than three years ago but has paid nothing towards a £300 compensation order.

Back in the dock at Dunfermline Sheriff Court was 37-year-old Stewart, of Headwell Avenue.

He had previously been sentenced for offences he admitted.

On 20th April 2021 at Day Today, Main Street, Townhill, he shouted, swore and punched and kicked a glass door, smashing it.

Then on 26th December 2021 at the Wetherspoons pub on High Street, he repeatedly shouted, swore and kicked over bins.

The sentence imposed in January last year was a community payback order with 12 months of supervision and £300 compensation.

However, the order had not been completed, was revoked but the compensation still has to be paid.

Sheriff Wylie Robertson said he would impose no further order but said his main concern was that “nothing has been paid” towards the compensation.

Defence solicitor Alexander Flett said his client was aware the compensation will have to be paid.