A MAN launched a chair at a double-decker bus after being kicked out of a pub in Glasgow city centre.

Craig Angus entered The Toby Jug on Hope Street and ordered a drink, but staff refused to serve him as they thought he was too drunk.

The 35-year-old became aggressive towards employees and started throwing his arms around. He shouted towards them as well as customers.

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Angus appeared in Glasgow Sheriff Court last week, following the incident at 5pm on February 8, 2020.

Prosecutor Jennifer Sillars said: “Two employees approached the accused and asked him to leave.

“Both staff members started to escort him from the premises, and he began waving his arms around shouting ‘I’m going f*****g back in’ and ‘I’m going to f*****g batter that guy.’

“Staff continued to refuse him entry back in. They continued to observe the accused. He then turned around and picked up a chair from the beer garden area. He threw it at a double-decker bus, striking the window.”

Angus walked away with another man and police were contacted.

Officers traced him after being provided with a description and informed him he was under arrest.

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He was conveyed to Stewart Street police office, cautioned and charged, and made no reply.

Angus’ lawyer said his client had been out celebrating his friend’s birthday.

He added: “He is thoroughly ashamed. He is in full-time employment.”

Sheriff Shona Gilroy ordered Angus, of Wishaw, to carry out 100 hours of unpaid work.