A TRANENT pensioner who breached two anti-social orders is facing a financial penalty when she is sentenced next year.

Annette Thomson was given the Anti-Social Behaviour Orders (ASBO) in February and October 2015 banning her from shouting, swearing and using threatening or aggressive language towards her neighbours at the town’s Bridge Street.

Thomson, 69, was also ordered not to bang and slam doors at the her home and gates within the communal gardens.

But she breached the October 2015 ASBO by using threatening or aggressive language at residents on October 31 last year.

The rowdy OAP then breached the earlier February 2015 order on December 26 last year by shouting and repeatedly banging doors within her home.

Thomson, Bridge Street, had previously admitted both offences and sentence had been deferred for her to be of good behaviour.

On Friday, at Edinburgh Sheriff Court, Sheriff Alistair Noble was told she had been of good behaviour and he indicated Thomson would most likely receive a financially penalty if she continued to stay out of trouble for the next six months.

Sentence on both matters was deferred to May 17 next year.