Bodybuilder threatened to chop up police families with machete
Paul Domanski was jailed for six months after threatening to chop up officers' children.
A bodybuilder who threatened police that he would obliterate their families and chop up their daughters has been jailed for six months.
Paul Domanski, 22, made a series of threats to officers at Falkirk Police Station on Wednesday, December 28, after he was arrested on an outstanding warrant.
Prosecutor Samanatha Brown said Domanski was initially calm when led into the charge bar at the police office, but then began to shout aggressively.
He made a series of general threats to officers' families, then said: "I'll chop up your kids with a machete. I'll wipe out your families.
"When I see you in the street, you're dead. I'll chop up your daughters."
Ms Brown said: "He continued to shout and swear at the officers for several minutes and required to be restrained and removed straight to a cell."
Domanski, an amateur bodybuilder, of Hareburn Road, Tillicoultry, Clackmannanshire, who appeared from custody at Falkirk Sheriff Court, pleaded guilty to using threatening and abusive behaviour.
Defence agent Abigail McMurtrie said: "He has a lengthy and unenviable record of analogous previous convictions."
She said Domanski wanted to be jailed, and would not cooperate with any community-based order.
Imposing the six-month jail term, Sheriff John Mundy told him: "With your record, I am justified."