A serial domestic offender has been sent back to jail for causing another disturbance after falling out with his partner.
Jamie Brown was drunk and swinging punches as he watched boxing on TV. He became angry when his partner asked what he was doing.
The latest offence occurred less than a month after Brown was released from prison and he is also currently on a community payback order.
Brown, 32, of Main Street, Cardenden, appeared for sentencing at Dunfermline Sheriff Court.
He admitted that on September 11 at an address in Abel Place, Dunfermline, he behaved in a threatening or abusive manner by repeatedly shouting, swearing, uttering offensive remarks towards his partner Rebecca Haile and throwing items around the house.
Unemployed Brown has a string of previous convictions for domestic offences and had only been released from jail a few weeks before.
Depute fiscal Azrah Yousaf said the couple had been in relationship for four months but this was now over.
“Both parties had been consuming alcohol and watching a football match on television,” she continued.
Later in the day Brown started watching a boxing match. At this point he got up, pretending to box and throwing punches.
When his partner asked him what he was doing, Brown became aggressive and started calling her offensive names.
He then started asking where the rest of the drink was and was told he had finished it all.
Neighbours heard Brown shouting and swearing and called the police.
Sheriff Janys Scott jailed Brown for seven weeks.