A north-east man with more than 100 previous convictions is back behind bars after breaking the terms of his anti-social behaviour order.
Wayne Whyte was ordered to stay out of Aberdeen city centre, avoid going into any shop other than to purchase goods and to not threaten or be abusive towards anyone in the city back in November 2014.
But he breached the terms of that ASBO twice within the space of five months.
On October 13 he entered Home Bargains and was asked to leave by members of staff, who were then subjected to a tirade a verbal abuse.
And on February 22 he was spotted by on police CCTV walking down Union Street.
He confessed to the offences during an appearance at Aberdeen Sheriff Court yesterday.
Representing him, defence agent Chris Maitland said he had never been given a map of the area he was not allowed to enter.
He also asked for background reports to be obtained but Sheriff Sukwinder Gill declined his request.
She said: “I had considered whether I should call for reports but I am not going to do that. You have a long record of over 100 previous convictions.”
The sheriff jailed the 28-year-old, of Balnagask Circle, for four months.