AN ARDROSSAN man has told a court he can't remember any details of an incident in which he jumped in front of moving vehicles in the street.

Scott Crawford made the admission in a letter pleading guilty to two charges arising out of an incident earlier this year.

The 27-year-old said in his letter that he was "under the influence" at the time of the incident near his home address in Barrie Terrace on June 13.

Court papers described how the 27-year-old behaved in a threatening or abusive manner by shouting, swearing and jumping in front of passing motor vehicles and that he behaved in an aggressive manner by spitting on a police vehicle.

In addition to pleading guilty to that charge, Crawford also admitted a further allegation of wilfully or recklessly destroying property belonging to someone else by striking the window of a motor vehicle and smashing it.

Crawford, in a letter sent to the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service, said: “I cannot remember any of it due to being under the influence of drink and drugs."

He added: "I regret what happened."

Crawford was ordered to appear in person to be sentenced at a later date.