Brian Dornion (29) threatened to knock officers out as they attempted to help him find his way back home. The eventually had to arrest him due to his behaviour and he
then continued to abuse them - this time with sectarian taunts – on his way to custody.
Dornion appeared at Falkirk Sheriff Court on Thursday having admitted behaving in a threatening manner in Newbiggin Road, Grangemouth on December 9, 2020.
Harley Smith: Shopkeeper who drove at 80mph in Laurieston streets and killed Grangemouth schoolboy jailed
'UFO' spotted in skies above Falkirk
Harley Smith tragedy: Consequences of dangerous driving 'cannot be overstated' says law officer
Falkirk Council: Leader Cecil Meiklejohn is 'disappointed' in pay offer made to workers
Career criminal with 229 convictions pinched £180 of clothing from Falkirk Next store
At the time it was stated had no recollection of the events.
Last year Sheriff Christopher Shead placed Dornion, 9 Cultenhove Crescent, Grangemouth, on a community payback order with the condition he complere 75 hours unpaid work within 12 months.
On Thursday the court heard Dornion had now completed his hours.
Sheriff Derek Livingston made no further order.