AN ALLOA man, who breached bail conditions and branded them "nonsense", has appeared back in court.

John Kirkham was warned if he continues to defy court orders he will be heading to jail.

Kirkham, 26, of Churchill Street, appeared in the dock at Alloa Sheriff Court on Thursday, April 1.

He admitted that having been granted bail on February 26 last year not to enter Rosebank or to contact his partner he breached this on September 21.

He also admitted he breached the bail order again on September 23.

He further admitted that on January 21 at Rosebank, Sauchie, he repeatedly kicked and punched a door and window there and removed a mobile phone from his partner.

After being arrested for the first breach, Kirkham told police the bail conditions were "bull-****" and "f****** nonsense".

Defence solicitor Robert Smith said that despite his comments, his client "does not want to be disrespectful to court orders".

He added the couple want to resume their relationship.

The solicitor conceded: "The reports don't make very favourable reading. I hope the penny has finally dropped that he has to comply with court orders."

Sheriff Craig Harris told Kirkham the social work report gave a "very poor" impression of him, adding: "You don't seem to agree that your behaviour towards partners is a cause for concern.

"Yet this is your sixth domestic offence and I'm told you have limited insight to your behaviour."

The sheriff imposed a community payback order with 12 months of supervision and a restriction of liberty order for 185 days.

He also imposed a 12-month non-harassment order.

The sheriff warned Kirkham: "You can shake your head all you want. If you breach the order, you'll be facing a custodial sentence.

"It's a court order and you must comply with it."