A STIRLING man has still to complete his unpaid work for domestic abuse committed more than three years ago.

As a result, Kyle Webster, of Upper Bridge Street, was back in the dock at Alloa Sheriff Court for a review of his community payback order.

It was imposed for a campaign of domestic abuse against his partner between November 1, 2019, and January 11, 2020, at Craignie Terrace, Clackmannan.

Webster repeatedly adopted an aggressive manner towards her, repeatedly shouted, swore and called her abusive names.

The 33-year-old repeatedly punched the doors and walls of her home causing damage, repeatedly sent text and social media message containing threats to commit suicide and kicked a bedroom door causing it to strike her on the head.

The court was told that Webster has still to do more than 120 hours of the unpaid work.

Sheriff Neil Bowie noted that Webster had made satisfactory progress on the Caledonian Programme for domestic abuse offenders, another part of his sentence.

In those circumstances he said he would allow the order to continue and gave Webster an additional four months to complete the work.

He warned him: "You've had ample time to do this unpaid work and this has to be a priority for you."