A bigot hurled sectarian abuse at cops after he tried to use football club season tickets as identification. James McKay, 29, produced the footie books after he came to the attention of police in Paisley town centre. PAISLEY DAILY EXPRESS: Live news as it happens He turned on officers after they explained they needed to see a valid photo card for ID. During a hearing at Paisley Sheriff Court, McKay admitted acting in a threatening or abusive manner. Prosecutor Frankie Morgan told how the lout continued to rant even after being put into the back of a cop car. Read More News: Modern slavery: Councillors vow to protect vulnerable workers in Renfrewshire Mr Morgan said: “Police had cause to speak with the accused and ask him for identification. “He produced two Rangers season tickets. “He was told these would not be acceptable. “He told them, ‘Tim c***s. You must be Fenians if you are saying that’. “Police asked the accused to stop shouting. “But he shouted backed: ‘Dirty Fenian b******s. F*****g tattie munchers’. “He was arrested. “Within the police vehicle, he shouted, ‘f**k the pope.” Read More News: Sister slipped heroin to brother – who was on release from prison… Read full this story
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