AN ALLOA man who threw a supermarket security officer to the floor and pulled off his body-camera, has been jailed.

Scott Jamieson, of Bank Street, appeared at Alloa Sheriff Court by video-link from prison to be sentenced for a series of offences.

The 51-year-old was previously found guilty of two charges following a trial.

On August 1, last year, at the Alloa Morrisons store, Hiltonhawk Way, he acted aggressively towards the staff member, shouted, swore, made threats of violence and comments of a prejudiced nature towards him, pulled a bodycam from his uniform and threw him to the ground and threw bags of charcoal.

On 6th August last year he acted aggressively, shouted, swore, refused to desist when asked to do so by police and made a threat of violence towards them.

Jamieson had admitted further offences of breaching bail conditions on October 2, October 16, and April 15, by not been at home during his curfew hours.

Sheriff Neil Bowie told Jamieson: "This was an incident involving a security guard and the store manager also became involved.

"You ripped the body-cam from the man's vest when you struggled with him and it led to them calling 999.

"The other incident was again in a public area with threats being issued and the police becoming involved."

Sheriff Bowie jailed Jamieson for a year, backdated to May 4 when he was remanded in custody.