A man got behind the wheel while drunk, sped through the streets of a Fife town and crashed into a street sign.
Michael Wright, who should have been in his house at the time as he was on a court-imposed curfew, has been disqualified from driving due to the incident in Dunfermline.
Wright, 21, appeared from custody at Dunfermline Sheriff Court, having failed to comply with his community payback sentence for the offences.
He had previous admitted that on April 18 2018, he breached a bail curfew condition to remain in his house during certain times.
Wright, of Ramsay Place, Rosyth, also admitted to driving while disqualified in Elgin Street and Grange Road, Dunfermline.
He also drove dangerously at speeds in excess of the 30mph limit, lost control of the vehicle and struck a street sign.
Wright admitted being almost three times over the alcohol limit. His reading was 139 milligrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of blood, with the limit being 50 milligrammes.
Defence solicitor Gordon Martin said his client had been jailed for two years due to a string of offences but that this case had been held back. He was then placed on a community payback order with unpaid work and supervision but failed to comply.
Sheriff Alastair Brown called for further reports.
Wright will be sentenced on September 9. He was remanded in custody until then.
Another drink-driver appeared at Dunfermline Sheriff Court on Friday after he crashed into the railings on the town’s Shields Road on April 11 and failed to report the accident.
Ross Sharp, 35, of Main Street, Kingseat, had 71 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath, the legal limit being 22 microgrammes.
Sheriff Charles Macnair called for reports.
Sharp will be sentenced on August 27. An interim driving ban was imposed until then.