A KINCARDINE man who breached a non-harassment order in Dunfermline has been warned he could soon be heading to jail.

Walter Wickens, 40, of Standalane, appeared in the dock at Dunfermline Sheriff Court.

He admitted that on June 29, at Lomond Crescent, Dunfermline, he breached a non-harassment order by approaching and contacting his former partner.

An unimpressed Sheriff Grant McCulloch commented: "He's breached his restriction of liberty order again. He's given an explanation, something about collecting keys."

Defence solicitor Aime Allan said: "He had gone to a friend's flat and she turned up there. He understands he should have left but he didn't."

Sheriff McCulloch said: "This is the last chance saloon for him. He's boxing himself into a corner and the only way out may be jail."

He deferred sentence until August 31 for an assessment for the Caledonian Programme for domestic offenders.