A KILWINNING man was fined for kicking off at his neighbour, threatening him while clutching a piece of wood and pushing him.

Paul Drysdale, 48, admitted behaving in a threatening or abusive manner as well as a second charge of assault after the incident on Innerwood Rood Kilwinning on July 5 this year.

Drysdale admitted causing fear and alarm by adopting an aggressive demeanour, repeatedly shouting and swearing at his neighbour.

The Procurator Fiscal’s complaint states he also uttered threats of violence while brandishing a piece of wood during the incident.

Drysdale also plead guitly to assaulting his neighbour during the same row by pushing him on the body.

When he appeared at Kilmarnock Sheriff Court last week [Friday, September 23] Drysdale, who was represented by defence solicitor Neil McPherson was fined £450 for the disorder.

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