A MAN who told police to “f**k right off” has been given the chance to prove he can be of good behaviour.

Sean Morrison, 34, pleaded guilty to the charge of abusive behaviour at Alloa Sheriff Court on Thursday, June 6.

He was arrested and charged after police asked him to leave property in Alloa at one o’clock in the morning on May 11.

He told officers: “You can f**k right off,” and when asked to leave a second time then replied: “F**k off, no way.”

After that he was arrested and had to be restrained, and when he was put in the police van he then said: “F**k off, lawyer now.”

Larissa Milligan, defending, said Morrison was a first offender, but had been on bail at the time of the offence for another matter.

In mitigation, she claimed he had been drinking and recently changed medication at the time of the offence, which may have influenced his behaviour.

Sheriff Pino Di Emidio deferred sentencing Morrison, of Fairfield in Sauchie, until October to allow him to be of good behaviour.