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A VANDAL who smashed up four cars was so wasted he fell fast ASLEEP inside one of them.
Arran Macdiarmid, 29, blamed the death of his grandfather for why he broke the windows of a Volkswagen Passat, a Vauxhall Astra van, Volkswagen Golf and Peugeot 306 in Perth in November 2010.
The damage to one vehicle alone was £4,300, Perth Sheriff Court heard.
Macdiarmid ( left) was ordered to be of good behaviour for six months. A DRUNK social worker who collapsed and tipped a baby from its buggy as she crossed a busy road was fined.
The tot was left hanging upside down as Anne Sinclair, 46, staggered and fell over.
Perth Sheriff Court heard Sinclair had been looking after the child for the day but was so drunk cops had to wait four hours for her to sober up.
She admitted being drunk in charge of a baby at the hearing in November.
Sinclair, who said she was stressed after her mother was diagnosed with dementia and the deaths of her brother and her dog, was fined £260. WOULD-BE Romeo Gareth Jones set up a late-night hotel shag – but got done for drink-driving after stopping to swig vodka on the way to pluck up Dutch courage.
The 23-year-old ( left) was stopped just 50 yards from the Travelodge where his conquest was waiting.
He was banned for a year and fined £400 after admitting drink-driving in a June 2009 Perth Sheriff Court hearing. STEAMING drunk Fred Mills and Ann Marie Townsley were relaxing in South Inch Park when they they started to feel randy.
But instead of heading for home to get it on in the privacy of their bedroom, the couple ( pictured) were so p*ssed they decided to shag right there and then.
So Ann Marie, 42, pulled down her trousers, unzipped Fred, 50, and climbed on top of him as he sat on a wooden bench.
And they only stopped when a passing dog-walker objected – and was given a mouthful of abuse by Mills in return.
Depute Fiscal Carol Whyte told a hearing that a member of the public had been walking through the park at around 4pm.
She continued: “He became aware that both the accused were sitting close to him and he saw the accused Mills’ trousers were at his ankles, and he then saw Townsley climb on top of Mills with her trousers down and they engaged in sexual intercourse.
“They were also seen by another member of the public who was walking her baby.”
When the man asked them to stop, Mills shouted at him and called him a “pervert”, said Ms Whyte. Mills blamed booze for his actions. The pair both admitted engaging in sexual activity and Mills pleaded guilty to a further charge of breach of the peace. He was jailed for six months.