A BRUCEHILL man who committed a series of crimes on Christmas Day has been warned to start behaving.

Derek Boyle, 47, of Caledonia Terrace, shouted, swore and made threats on December 25, 2017.

He committed the offences at Blue Triangle, Braehead, Alexandria, and at Clydebank police station, where he also urinated on the floor.

Dumbarton Sheriff Court also heard on Friday how Boyle urinated on a public footpath outside Blue Triangle.

Defence lawyer Lauren Kerr told the court: “He has been quite frank and knows he has to do something about this.”

Sheriff William Gallacher told Boyle: “You have come to the end of all options. I am going to send you to jail if you do not comply with a community payback order you were placed on previously.”

A review was set for November 8. He was ordained to appear.