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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.

In­ter­course

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.

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