New punishment for Dundee man banned from shouting in his own flat

Tweed Crescent (stock image)
Tweed Crescent (stock image)

A man previously banned from shouting in his own flat has been ordered to perform unpaid work.

Gerrard Kelly previously admitted shouting and banging on a door in his Tweed Crescent home on January 27.

Solicitor Anika Jethwa previously revealed that the incident was sparked by Kelly’s ongoing mental health difficulties.

Sheriff Alastair Carmichael had imposed a bail condition on the 41-year-old preventing him from shouting in his property.

After returning to the dock for sentencing, he ordered Kelly to perform 80 hours of unpaid work.