A convicted killer threatened to kill his neighbours in a row over noise.
David Kinloch was upset about people having a party in the flat next door to him and when police were called he struggled violently with officers.
When he appeared for sentencing, Kinloch, previously jailed for killing his girlfriend in an attack with a dog chain, was furious when told his current prison term was being extended.
Kinloch, 35, previously known as Craigie, was jailed earlier this year for chasing a neighbour with a knife and has now been given additional time for threatening to kill the people in a flat next door to him.
He previously admitted that on January 20 last year at Craigmyle Street, Dunfermline, and at Dunfermline police station, he shouted, swore, made threats and repeatedly struck the inside of a police vehicle.
He admitted assaulting a police officer by kicking him on the hand to his injury and struggling violently with three police officers.
Defence solicitor Paul Parker Smith told Dunfermline Sheriff Court: “He was complaining about the noise people were making at a party.
“He appreciates he kicked off.”
He was originally given a six-month tag for the offence but was unable to comply after being jailed for the other incident.
Kinloch was already serving a sentence of five years and three months with an earliest release date of February 2023.
Sheriff Charles MacNair jailed Kinloch for 110 days to run consecutively to his current sentence.