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A MAN who repeatedly crashed his automobile right into a parked automobile has been banned from the roads for 2 years.
Paul Hughes was blasted by a sheriff when he appeared for sentencing on October 21.
On August 21, he was deemed unfit to drive via drink or medicine.
He was on Queen Victoria Drive, in Jordanhill, didn’t drive with out due care and a spotlight and didn’t hold management of the automobile and repeatedly collided with a stationary automobile.
Then close to Achamore Highway, Drumchapel, he assaulted a police provide and struck her on the physique with a automobile door.
At Dumbarton Sheriff Court docket final week, Sheriff Maxwell Hendry slammed Hughes for taking medicine earlier than beginning his journey.
He stated: “For some motive, he leads to Jordanhill after which Drumchapel.”
Turning to Hughes, of Craigneith Court docket, East Kilbride, he stated he thought of jailing him however pulled again from that.
He fined him £200 with a £10 sufferer surcharge, and banned him from driving for 2 years.
Hughes was additionally placed on a group payback order with 18 months of social work supervision and a four- month curfew to remain dwelling between 7pm and 7am.