A 32-year-old man threatened to kill a quick meals employee when he was instructed he wouldn’t be capable to order a meal.
Ray Sean Stevenson uttered the risk at McDonald’s on Dunkeld Street when he was instructed it was closed to prospects one night time in October final 12 months.
A short while earlier that night Stevenson additionally kicked off at Asda, throughout the highway from the restaurant.
Fiscal depute Elizabeth Hodgson instructed Perth Sheriff Court docket final week: “Workers noticed the accused at one of many machines. A workers member approached to supply help as he seemed to be having issue.
“Nonetheless the accused started making nasty feedback concerning the workers member’s look.
“The member of workers alerted a safety guard to come back and assist. Because the guard approached the accused started to shout and swear.”
Ms Hodgson mentioned Stevenson went on to threaten the workers member with violence then left.
She added a short while later Stevenson went into McDonald’s and when a member of workers instructed him the restaurant was open for deliveries solely he threatened to homicide him.
“The accused grew to become aggressive in the direction of the complainer, saying ‘I’m going to kill you’. He has then left the locus,” she mentioned.
Stevenson, of Nimmo Avenue, Perth, admitted behaving in a threatening or abusive method in the direction of an Asda retailer employee on October 5 final 12 months by repeatedly shouting, swearing, adopting an aggressive manner and uttering threats of violence in the direction of him.
He additional admitted doing the identical to a member of workers at McDonald’s later the identical night.
Sheriff Euan Duthie sentenced Stevenson to finish 66 hours of unpaid work inside 12 months, decreased from 99 hours for pleading responsible at an early stage.