A veteran footballer has been penalised by a courts for posting melancholy tweets about his ex-girlfriend on Twitter.
Stewart Devine (32), who played for Stirling Albion, Stranraer and Bo’ness United, is used to fortifying corners and rebellious strikers, though he found himself in Falkirk Sheriff Court currently confronting charges of fixation a lady in a state of fear and alarm.
The justice listened Devine, following a comfortless genocide of his partner in 2015, “threw himself” into another attribute that lasted a few months and came to an finish during a holiday in Cyprus.
Refusing to accept a attribute was over, Devine bombarded a Twitter accounts of his ex-girlfriend’s employer, melancholy he had “naughty” cinema of her.
Devine, 2 Ardgowan Place, Cowie, pled guilty to regularly posting melancholy messages on Twitter concerning a lady in Larbert from Jul 27 to Aug 7.
Procurator mercantile entrust Samantha Brown said: “The accused