A man who admitted breaching the peace at a house in Cunningsburgh on Friday appeared from custody at Lerwick Sheriff Court today.
Agnis Kezbers, 38, of Brind, Cunningsburgh, shouted, swore and repeatedly banged on the door of the house when he found himself locked out.
Procurator fiscal Duncan MacKenzie said Kezbers had been drunk at the time and was making a “fool of himself”, causing his partner to throw him out. He did not react well to this and caused the breach of the peace.
Sheriff Philip Mann deferred sentence until October, when Kezbers is due to appear in court on a previous matter.
Speaking through an interpreter, the sheriff released Kezbers on bail with the stipulation that he must be of good behaviour until October and the special condition that he does not go to the house at Brind, even if he is invited. This means that Kezbers cannot even go there to collect his belongings without applying for a change in his bail conditions.
Kezbers has supplied a bail address in Cheyne Crescent, Lerwick.