A GLASGOW woman told cops they’d “be dead by tomorrow” after she slapped and scratched them at a flat in the Southside.

Naela Mohammed was met by officers who turned up at the property in Cumberland Street, following reports of a disturbance at 10.30pm on June 26, 2020.

The 30-year-old, who was heavily intoxicated, told police she had had an argument with her friend.

At Glasgow Sheriff Court last week, prosecutor Josh Dowie said: “Police tried to make attempts to get in touch with a family member and when she was informed of this, she became aggressive.

“She was shouting and swearing and stated ‘f*****g arrest me p****s’.

“The accused ignored police requests to calm down. She slapped the officers’ arms when they tried to defuse the situation.

“She continued to swear and shout stating ‘f**k you, I’m going to kill you, f*****g p****s, f*****g arrest me’.

“The accused scratched an officer to the wrist and hand. She shouted, ‘you’ll be f*****g dead by tomorrow’.”

In another incident, Mohammed admitted to cops she was drink-driving in Glasgow’s East End on October 27, 2021.

Officers who were on duty within the car park behind the Emirates Arena on London Road noticed Mohammed drive into the car park.

She drove to the back of the car park in an erratic manner. She then ran onto the kerb before swinging her vehicle to correct this and coming to a halt within the middle of a pedestrian walkway.

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The prosecutor said: “Police approached the vehicle. The accused immediately reclined the driver’s seat and stated she was going to sleep.

“Officers engaged with the accused and could smell alcohol. Police requested a breathalyser. She freely stated, ‘I did drink and drive tonight’. A breath test was conducted, and she provided a failed result.

“She was taken to London Road police station where she refused to provide a specimen of breath stating, ‘I’m going to fail it anyway'. She was cautioned and charged and made no reply.”

Mohammed’s lawyer stated his client has no family and lives on her own.

He added: “She is studying her master’s degree and has a full-time job. She has turned her life around. Fortunately, she doesn’t need to drive to work as she is disqualified.

“She’s staying away from drink. There appears to be difficulties in the past, but she is putting these very much behind her.”

Sheriff Valerie Mays revealed Mohammed was disqualified after being caught drink driving in February this year.

The sheriff said: “Clearly you have had a difficult time, but it seems to me you have serious difficulties with alcohol use.”

Mohammed, of Cumbernauld Road, was placed under social work supervision for one year with a conduct requirement to attend alcohol counselling.

She was also ordered to carry out 197 hours of unpaid work and was disqualified from driving for 22 months, as a direct alternative to custody.