A Borders teenager who exposed her breasts and made a racist comment during an incident in a fast food restaurant has been ordered to carry out 50 hours unpaid work.

Paige McNaught, 19, of Burnmouth, pleaded guilty to behaving in a threatening or abusive manner at the premises in Market Place, Eyemouth, on April 10.

Fiona Hamilton, prosecuting, described how the teenager had been on a night out on Wednesday, April 10, with a group of friends.

She said: "They were in a take away in Eyemouth and one of the females suggested getting their breasts out. The accused raised her top and exposed her breasts.

"One of the shop staff told her it was inappropriate and the accused became angry and an argument developed. She told the individual to go back to his own country."

Jedburgh Sheriff Court was told how McNaught then smashed a bottle outside the premises and the police were eventually called.

Defence lawyer Colin Severin said his client hoped to get into social care and the conviction would cause a problem for her.

He added: "She is ashamed of the actions and embarrassed about her behaviour. "She had no recollection of what happened until her friends told her in the morning.

"She was just having a laugh with her friends and the worker behind the counter but she fully appreciates the joke went too far and accepts her responsibility."

Sheriff Colin Dunipace imposed a six months Community Pay Back order.