A Fife man has admitted stamping on a woman after lashing out in the crowd at a Jess Glynne gig in Angus.
Sean McClukie will be sentenced in January after a sheriff ordered a background report on the 28-year-old following the August offence.
McCluckie, of Lawrence Court, Buckhaven, appeared before Sheriff Gregor Murray at Forfar and pled guilty to two breaches of the peace in Montrose on August 23 this year.
He admitted behaving in a threatening manner at East Links park by shouting and swearing, acting in an abusive manner and repeatedly punching and kicking others in a crowd there.
The charges also stated that McCluckie pushed two women and stamped on another female.
He also pled guilty to encroaching into the personal space of a woman at Traill Drive, Montrose on the same date, tugging her hair and making derogatory remarks to her.
McCluckie, who the court heard has no previous convictions, will be sentenced on January 9.
Chart-topper Glynne and 80s stars Madness wowed East Links crowds on successive nights, a week after Indie outfit Kaiser Chiefs played the open-air stage near the Angus town’s beachfront.