A MAN who called his ex girlfriend a ‘dirty stop-out’ and another complainer a ‘mongo’ before headbutting his friend was warned to behave or he’ll face jail.

Corrie Wilson, 24, admitted charges of threatening behaviour, aggravated by prejudice relating to disability, as well as assault at an address in McAdam Way, Ayr.

The procurator fiscal depute told Ayr Sheriff Court on September 6: “The witnesses were in an on off relation ship and one witness was previously in a relationship with the accused.

“On March 7 at 2.30pm the witness was in his home address when he received a voice message from the accused stating ‘come and meet me’.

“He then said ‘answer your phone, you dirty mongo’.

“He was reported to police but wasn’t traced at that time.

“On April 9 at 10.45pm the witness and accused were in the locus. They had both been drinking. He began ranting angrily, calling her a ‘slag’ and a ‘dirty stop-out’. Subsequently he was reported to police and arrested.

“At 11.30pm on April 9 he was in the locus with his friend and asked to leave.

“He attempted to usher him out the door when the accused headbutted him to the face, striking his nose and top lip resulting in a cut to his top lip.”

“Police were contacted and the accused was arrested.”

Defence solicitor Maxwell said “He seems to have moved on from a difficult time using alcohol as a crutch.”

Wilson, of Dalvenan Avenue, Patna, was put on a community payback order with two years of social work supervision – and warned that if he fails to comply he’ll be jailed.