A CAFE owner played NWA's 'F*** Tha Police' through his speakers after officers refused to give COP 26 protesters coffee.

Akram Arebi also hurled abuse at constables patrolling outside his cafe in Glasgow's Finnieston on November 11, 2021.

The 43-year-old is currently serving a 290-day sentence for stalking his former business partner.

Arebi's two-year campaign of terror included bombarding the victim with text messages, threatened to post intimate photos online and secretly tracked her to a restaurant.

He also played Iron Maiden's 'Run for the Hills' through her home speakers while he was sat outside the property.

Arebi pleaded guilty yesterday at Glasgow Sheriff Court to behaving in a threatening or abusive manner.

He was fined £380 by sheriff Barry Divers.

The court heard Arebi shouted to officers to "bring coffees" to COP protesters outside his Cafe Tajura at 1pm.

This was refused as the officers told him they could not leave their station.

Arebi shouted and swore stating: "You f***ing ballbag, s****bag."

Prosecutor Lauren Aitchison said: "A short time later, music could be heard coming from the speakers with lyrics noted as 'F*** the Police'."

Arebi continued to shout and swear then told an officer: "If you want to speak to me, come round here and speak to me."

He was then threatened with arrest which Arebi replied: "I will embarrass you, I have CCTV."

Arebi told claimed that the officers were trying to ruin his business before continuing to play the music track.

He was then arrested.

Ryan Sloan, defending, told the court that it was "regrettable conduct."

The lawyer added: "He hosted a number of COP protesters in his cafe and they played NWA's 'F*** tha Police' on the sound system.

"He accepts that he allowed that to be played and continued to be played."