A TEENAGER who kicked off in Dumbarton’s McDonald’s has been handed a three month prison term.

Sentence had been deferred in December 2020 on Charles Dennett, 19, for him to be of good behaviour.

Dennett, previously of Crescent Court, Clydebank, and now listed in court papers with an address in Airdrie, had previously admitted acting in an aggressive manner, refusing to leave, and shouting and swearing while using a microphone at the restaurant in St James Retail Park on January 3, 2020.

At the time of his court appearance in December, Dennett was behind bars for other offences in Glasgow.

On that day he was handed three months’ detention for two further crimes committed in the Dumbarton retail park.

He has since been sentenced in Glasgow to another 477 days in detention for yet another offence.

At a hearing held at Dumbarton Sheriff Court on August 27, Sheriff William Gallacher was told the January 2020 case was Dennett’s last outstanding matter before the courts.

Sheriff Gallacher sentenced him to three months for the McDonald’s incident.