Fears have been raised about the actions of an increasing number of drunk passengers at Aberdeen International Airport (AIA).
A north-east man has been fined after throwing a beer can at his then-girlfriend's head as she was getting onto her motorbike.
A builder has been fined for drunkenly stealing a cap from a city sports shop by putting it on underneath his hard hat.
A 52-year-old Nairn man phoned the emergency services to complain that no taxi would take him home.
A 54-year-old Inverness man who made life intolerable for his neighbours by his drunken behaviour was ordered to carry out 54 hours of unpaid work.
A drunk Forres man fled naked into the night after entering a stranger’s home uninvited, undressing and attempting to sleep in their bed.
A drunk man terrorised his fellow passengers on an Aberdeen train bound for Dundee at the weekend.
“I think Vladimir Putin immediately liked my hooligan side – the fact that I had occasionally been picked up off the pavement dead drunk.”
A north-east skipper who helped spearhead a campaign to safeguard Scotland's fishing industry put to sea after he and his crew had been on a drinking spree.
A man who stripped naked at a roadside in front of a group of teenage girls has been placed on the sex offenders' register for three years.
“She’d wait like a praying mantis to catch me out drunk or stoned. And when she did, she would throw books at me, all sorts. She once broke all my platinum discs, smashing them over my head.”