Man seized in struggle in Kirkcaldy chip shop

A man who admitted seizing a man by the clothing, struggling with him and repeatedly shouting and swearing at a Kirkcaldy chip shop has had his case continued until May 6.

Friday, 9th April 2021, 11:50 am

Paul Greig, of Valley Gardens, Kirkcaldy appeared before Sheriff James Williamson at Kirkcaldy Sheriff Court.

Greig, 30, admitted on December 1, 2020 at Paul’s Chip Shop in South Row, Kirkcaldy he acted in an aggressive manner towards a man, seized him by the clothing, struggled with him, repeatedly shouted, swore and gesticulated towards him placing him and another in a state of fear and alarm.

He further admitted on March 26 this year at an address in Kilda Crescent, Kirkcaldy he attempted to contact his former partner by telephone and acted in an aggressive manner towards her, making threats and placing her in a state of fear and alarm.

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The case called at Kirkcaldy Sheriff Court.

Sheriff Williamson deferred sentence until May 6 to allow for a Criminal Justice Social Work report.

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