ScotlandScottish News

Scots thug set fireplace to ex’s hoodie on FaceTime ‘to clarify relationship was over’ – NewsEverything Scotland

2 CMP SDR 060617FalkirkSheriffCourtGV 01JPG

A boyfriend who burned his ex’s hoodie on FaceTime to “impress upon her their relationship was over” has been spared jail.

Jordan Douglas, 20, was already banned from contacting his former girlfriend by a court docket order, however claimed it was she who had obtained in contact with him over Facetime.

Prosecutor Katie Cunningham instructed Falkirk Sheriff Courtroom: “Through the Facetime she may clearly see the accused holding a hooded jumper, which belonged to her.

“While holding the jumper, he set it on fireplace. He was initially seen to blow out the flame earlier than he went again and re-lit the jumper.”

Falkirk Stay is an thrilling new title bringing you the newest headlines from Falkirk and past.

However do you know all of the methods you’ll be able to keep knowledgeable with us?

We share stay news and unique scoops day by day so ensure you’re following us so we will preserve you knowledgeable on all issues Falkirk!

She took a screenshot of the incident and it was later handed it to police.

Douglas was arrested and interviewed, and made no reply to warning and cost.

Douglas, of Broxburn, West Lothian, pleaded responsible to malicious digital communication, and breaching a non-harassment order.

The incident occurred in Maddiston, Falkirk, on August 16th (2021).

Defence solicitor Robert Smith stated Douglas and the proprietor of the burned merchandise of clothes had been in a relationship which had simply come to an finish.

Mr Smith stated: “His place is that it was her who had contacted him, as a result of he was in a brand new relationship, and he or she was sad about that.

“He needed to impress upon her that their relationship was at an finish, and thought there was some symbolism in setting fireplace to her hoodie.

“She noticed that on her telephone and retained it. I believe it was seen by her father, who contacted the police.”

Sheriff Christopher Shead sentenced Douglas to 120 hours of unpaid work.

He instructed him: “A really brief time in the past within the reminiscence of the court docket you’d merely be going to jail right now, however as I understand the steering supplied to the decrease courts, you might be insulated from that to some extent by advantage of your age.”

Click here to Get upto 70% off on Shopping

Observe News Everything for News Right now, Breaking News, Newest News, World News, Breaking News Headlines, Nationwide News, Right now's News

#Scots #thug #set #fireplace #exs #hoodie #FaceTime #clear #relationship



Leave a Reply

Back to top button

Adblock Detected

Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker
%d bloggers like this: