Man fined for shouting and swearing at staff member at TSB bank in Glenrothes

A man who acted in an aggressive manner by shouting and swearing at a staff member at the TSB bank in Glenrothes has been fined £160.

Friday, 5th March 2021, 3:31 pm
Updated Monday, 8th March 2021, 11:34 am

Neil McKenzie, of Barnton Place, Glenrothes, was not in Kirkcaldy Sheriff Court when his case called before Sheriff James Williamson.

McKenzie, 44, previously admitted that on March 20, 2020 at TSB, Postgate in Glenrothes, he acted in an aggressive manner by shouting and swearing at a staff member there.

The Procurator Fiscal Depute told the court: “At 5.15pm on the date in question, the staff member was locking up the bank for the evening when she saw the accused approach and knock at the door. He began shouting and swearing about the fact the doors were locked. Police were contacted and attended and the accused was cautioned and charged.”

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The case called recently at Kirkcaldy Sheriff Court.

Sheriff Williamson opted to sentence him by issuing a financial penalty and McKenzie was fined £160.

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