Rangers and Scotland football legend Ally McCoist has been fined for speeding in two separate locations on the same day.

The former striker appeared at the Justice of the Peace Court in Dumbarton on Tuesday for sentencing on two charges of breaching a 30mph speed limit.

He was clocked driving at 48mph in the 30mph zone at Ballyhennan Crescent in Tarbet on January 6 this year.

He was also spotted driving at 55mph in a separate 30mph zone a short distance away, on the A83 in Arrochar, on the same day.

Glasgow Times: The Dumbarton Sheriff Court buildingThe Dumbarton Sheriff Court building (Image: Newsquest)

At Tuesday's hearing, held within the Dumbarton Sheriff Court buildings, McCoist, of Bridge of Weir in Renfrewshire, was fined £200 for the Tarbet offence and £310 for the Arrochar incident.

McCoist, who marked his 61st birthday on Sunday, is best known for his 15-year spell as a Rangers player, during which he made 418 appearances for the Ibrox club and scored 251 goals.

His playing career also included spells at St Johnstone, Sunderland and Kilmarnock, while he spent three years as the club's manager between 2011 and 2014, having previously been assistant to the late Walter Smith.

McCoist, who also won 61 caps for Scotland and scored 19 goals for his country, has worked in recent years as a co-commentator or studio pundit for ITV Sport, BT Sport, Sky Sports and Amazon Prime.