A Fife man smashed up a Perth takeaway after being told that his food was not ready yet.
Brent Conway caused almost £200 of damage to a window at the Dominos in the city’s South Street.
Perth Sheriff Court was told that the 23-year-old had a “far from enviable record”.
Despite fiscal Mairi Graham told the court: “The accused entered the premises and ordered pizza whilst under the influence of alcohol.
“When he was told it wasn’t ready he began shouting and swearing.
“He was asked to leave but he kicked out and smashed a glass pane,” she said.
“The employees contacted police to report the matter. Due to his intoxicated state and erratic behaviour he was taken into police custody.
“The cost to repair the damage was £192.”
Solicitor Mike Tavendale, defending, said Conway had moved to Cupar and was now holding down a steady job.
He said: “He does have a far from enviable record but he is now staying in Cupar and working.”
Conway, formerly of Crosshill, admitted behaving in a threatening and abusive manner at the Dominos store by shouting, swearing, acting in an aggressive manner and punching merchandising displays on September 11.
He further admitted wilfully damaging the window by kicking it.
He was fined £500 and ordered to pay £192 compensation to the owners of the shop.
In August, Conway was ordered to carry out community service after he bared his buttocks at a Remembrance Day memorial in Perth.