Sec­tar­ian songs fine

Rutherglen Reformer - - News -

A Ruther­glen man has been found guilty of singing sec­tar­ian songs on board a pub­lic ser­vice ve­hi­cle and making racist re­marks whilst at a po­lice of­fice.

Steven McGall ( 47) of Hardie Av­enue, be­haved in a threat­en­ing or abu­sive man­ner by shout­ing, swear­ing and singing sec­tar­ian songs on Dal­marnock Road, Ruther­glen on July 16, 2015.

He was also charged with be­hav­ing in an abu­sive or threat­en­ing man­ner by shout­ing, swear­ing and making sec­tar­ian re­marks at Main Street, Ruther­glen.

McGall be­haved in a threat­en­ing or abu­sive man­ner at Cath­cart Po­lice Of­fice, Glas­gow, where he shouted, swore and made racist re­marks.

The of­fence was deemed to have been racially ag­gra­vated.

This week at Glas­gow Sher­iff Court McGall was fined £486.

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