A HEAVY metal fan caught wearing a Nazi swastika t-shirt in public was admonished today.

James Williamson, 42, was snared outside a neighbour’s flat in Glasgow’s Dennistoun on April 23, 2020.

He had earlier banged and kicked on their front door believing it was his own property.

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Williamson - a DWP administrative officer - was then arrested while sporting the shirt which he thought resembled emblems associated with heavy metal band Slayer.

Williamson pleaded guilty at Glasgow Sheriff Court in December to behaving in a threatening or abusive manner which was likely to cause a reasonable person fear or alarm.

He was ordered to be of good behaviour for six months by sheriff Jonathan Guy.

It was agreed today that Williamson had been of good behaviour and was admonished.

The court had heard Williamson turned up at Kelly Ward and Paul Hughes’ property at 1pm.

Prosecutor Rachel Wedlock told the court Williamson was “kicking and banging” on the front door.

Williamson said: “Open the f***ing door ya f***ing b***h.”

He then continued to bang and kick the door for 10 minutes before police arrived.

Officers found Williamson who was “under the influence of an unknown substance and slurring his words” still in the common close.

Miss Wedlock added: “At this time Williamson was observed to be wearing a white t-shirt which featured a Nazi Reichsadler symbol and swastika.”

Williamson was arrested and in reply to his caution and charge he replied: “It doesn’t make any difference.”

Douglas McAllister, defending, had told the court Williamson was intoxicated by a new medication and believed he was at his own flat.

The lawyer added: "He is a fan of the heavy metal band Slayer which has some motifs of the Iron Cross and German Eagle.

"The one he was wearing is not an official Slayer t-shirt and has a Nazi swastika on it.

"He has no memory about what clothing he had on and doesn't know why he left the flat wearing no trousers or footwear.

"He is incredibly apologetic to the upset he would have caused.

"Mr Williamson is in full-time employment and works for the Department of Work and Pensions as an administrative officer for six years."