A 24-year-old woman, who spent two hours “behaving like a lunatic” at a hen party in a Alloa hotel, has been sentenced to unpaid work.

The drunken antics of Morgan Finlay resulted in the police being called to the hotel and her being taken to hospital, where she continued to cause trouble.

Finlay, of Falcon Brae, Livingston, appeared back at Alloa Sheriff Court for sentencing.

She previously admitted that on 9th April at Inglewood House, Alloa and Forth Valley Hospital she acted in an aggressive manner, repeatedly shouted, swore and made derogatory remarks.

She also resisted police officers by flailing her arms and kicking out with her legs.

Depute fiscal Bernadette Cuthbertson previously told the court that Finlay had been consuming alcohol with others at a hen party at the hotel.

She became “very, very drunk” and was abusive towards staff calling them “those f****** c****”.

This behaviour went on for two hours before a taxi was ordered for Finlay.

However, she shouted that she “wasn’t getting in any f****** taxi”.

Police were called and Finlay began kicking out at officers and because of concerns for her, she was taken to hospital.

Defence solicitor Charlotte Watt said her client’s behaviour was “out of character” and was because she was “very intoxicated”.

As a result of her conduct, Finlay had her invitation to the wedding withdrawn, the court was told.

Sheriff Garry Sutherland previously told Finlay she had been “running about, behaving like a lunatic and ruining this event”.

Sentence had been deferred for six months for Finlay to stay out of trouble, which she did.

When she returned to court, Sheriff Neil Bowie imposed a community payback order with 75 hours of unpaid work.