A woman has been handed a supervision order after shouting threats including “I’m going to put you on the barbecue and eat you”.
Fiona Davidson, 41, appeared at Aberdeen Sheriff Court for sentencing, having previously pled guilty to shouting and making threats of violence at Littlewood Place in Alford on July 13 2017.
Fiscal depute Lucy Simpson said a witness was at home at 8.45pm when she heard Davidson “loudly and aggressively shouting”.
The witness, who recognised Davidson’s voice, heard her shout phrases including “I can see you”.
Ms Simpson said: “She became anxious at the tone the accused was using and that she was shouting loudly in the street.”
She added: “Shortly after, another witness heard the accused shouting towards her ‘I’m going to kill you. I’m going to put you on the barbecue and eat you’. That witness also recognised the voice as belonging to the accused and the threatening nature of that caused the witness some concern.”
Davidson, of Littlewood Place, Alford, also admitted two breaches of bail conditions.
Defence agent John McLeod said his client has mental health issues and had developed a drink problem.
Sheriff Sukhwinder Gill said: “Alcohol misuse is at the heart of the problem and you also have a chaotic lifestyle.”
She ordered Davidson to be supervised for six months.