A holiday park sales manager from Angus who stole from his employer has appeared back in court.
Paul McKinstrey was accused of embezzling nearly £200,000 from the company he worked for.
He has been ordered to pay £32,000 compensation.
McKinstray, 45, was originally charged with embezzling £199,789 while working as a sales manager for the Thurston Manor Holiday Park in East Lothian.
McKinstray was accused of embezzling the money from the company over the course of several years.
He admitted a reduced charge of taking £41,000 in less than a year.
He was sentenced to community service with a period of unpaid work and an order to repay the full amount of the money he had taken from the holiday park company.
Perth Sheriff Court was told yesterday that McKinstray had breached the terms of his original court community sentence by failing to pay back the full amount.
Sheriff Michael Fletcher heard McKinstray had completed the unpaid work portion of his original community payback order but had a large amount of money outstanding.
McKinstray, of Seaton Estate Holiday Village, Arbroath, previously admitted embezzling £41,000 from Thurston Manor Holiday Park in Dunbar between April 28 2007 and January 9 2008.
He was employed as a sales manager for Dunham Leisure Ltd at the time.
Sheriff Fletcher revoked the original court order imposed against him.
He made a new order that he pay £32,000 compensation to his former employer.