A MAN who assaulted his mum and her friend went on to tell a police officer “I don’t give a f**k”.

Declan Quinn, 20, appeared from custody at ­Glasgow Sheriff Court.

He pleaded guilty to assaulting his mum by grabbing her hair and throwing her to the ground at a property in Duntarvie Avenue, Easterhouse, on January 15.

The court heard that his mum and her friend were in the house consuming alcohol when Quinn turned up.

The procurator fiscal said: “The accused attended unexpectedly but was allowed entry. He was then asked to leave and became ­aggressive.

“He grabbed his mother by the hair. He thereafter threw her to the floor.

“He then punched his mum’s friend to the ear ­before running away.

“Police attended and spoke to both witnesses before tracing the accused nearby a short time later.

“He was cautioned and charged to which he replied, ‘I don’t give a f**k’.”

Quinn had appeared in court for other matters the day before the assault on his mum and sentencing was ­deferred to see if he was ­eligible for a tag.

His solicitor said: “He’s placed himself in a difficult position.

“He appeared in court on January 14 and matters were deferred.

“He could have kept himself at liberty, but he ended up committing this offence the very next day.

“He has been remanded in custody since he was ­arrested.”

Quinn had previously pleaded guilty to breaching orders that denied him entry to Duntarvie Avenue, being in possession of cannabis, approaching and contacting his mum after being ordered not to, shouting and swearing at his mum, placing her in a fear of state and alarm, and being in possession of ­cocaine.

The sheriff sent Quinn to prison.

She said: “I’m going to start with the most recent matter. You committed this offence on January 15 while subject to three deferred ­sentences and a breach of a community payback order.

“So, taking this into account and the nature of the offence, in my view, the only appropriate disposal is ­detention.”

Quinn was sentenced to 163 days in jail for the ­assaults on his mum and her friend.

For other matters, he was sentenced to 60 and 54 days in prison which will be served at the same time, but consecutively to the 163 days.