A 41-year-old man, who repeatedly breached an anti-social behaviour order and was then caught shoplifting, has been jailed.

Derek McFarlane, formerly of Clackmannan, appeared at Alloa Sheriff Court by video link from prison.

He admitted that on January 28 at the Co-op store, Main Street, Clackmannan, he stole a quantity of bacon. Depute fiscal Sean Iles said that ten packets of bacon with a total value of £40 had been stolen.

McFarlane had also breached an ASBOs then failed to comply with a community payback order.

Defence solicitor Robert Smith said his client had now lost the tenancy of the house where he had lived for 11 years in Izatt Terrace, Clackmannan.

Sheriff Neil Bowie jailed McFarlane for 245 days.

The court previously heard McFarlane had repeatedly breached an ASBO by allowing more noisy disturbances to take place in his home.

The commotion was caused by rows between McFarlane and his teenage son.