A CLACK man has been put on a tag for ten months after supplying drugs at an Alloa nightclub.

The case was described as "peculiar" with John Leggat, from Alloa, apparently handing over drugs to a woman who did not want them.

John Leggat, of Scott Crescent, appeared for sentencing at Alloa Sheriff Court last Thursday, May 18.

He admitted that on April 23, last year, at Chalmers nightclub, Bank Street, Alloa, he was involved in the supply of a controlled drug, etizolam.

Depute fiscal Bernadette Cuthbertson said at 1.50am Leggat had approached a woman in the nightclub and handed her five white pills.

She immediately told a doorman what had happened.

A short time afterwards she was approached by Leggat again and this time he gave her another two tablets.

When police searched Leggat he was found to have 49 tablets on him.

Defence solicitor Kelly Howe said the circumstances of the case were "peculiar".

Sheriff Neil Bowie said he accepted it had not been done for financial benefit.

He imposed a community payback order with one year of supervision and a 10-month restriction of liberty order.