A man has admitted assaulting UK Border Force workers and police at Aberdeen International Airport.
Kenneth McArthur, known as Taylor, 39, appeared at Aberdeen Sheriff Court yesterday in relation to the incident at the airport on May 23.
Taylor pled guilty to four charges of assault.
Court papers said Taylor assaulted one Border Force employee by pushing him and repeatedly spitting at him, and another by attempting to kick her on the body and seizing hold of her hand.
He also kicked a male police officer to the body and another by attempting to headbutt him.
No mitigation was offered at this stage of proceedings.
Sheriff Janys Scott deferred sentence on Taylor, whose address was given as Geddes Avenue, Portknockie, Moray, for a criminal justice social work report to be prepared as well as a restriction of liberty assessment.
Taylor is due to appear again for sentencing next month.