A WELL-KNOWN street busker has been jailed after he went on abusive tirade in the city’s West End - which included shouting at a 12-year-old “f**k off”.

Stephen Logan, 51, appeared from custody at Glasgow Sheriff Court after pleading guilty to behaving in a threatening or abusive manner at three separate West End locations on December 18.

Logan, of the Talbot Centre, Coplaw Street, bad behaviour kicked off at around 7.20pm when he entered Starbucks on Byres Road.

He shouted and swore at a 12-year-old within the coffee shop saying, “f**k off” and was challenged by a customer before he was asked to leave.

He then entered Marks and Spencer in nearby Great George Street and continued to behave in the same manner.

He told staff when they asked him to leave: “I am going to chib you, don’t grass me in, I’ll kick f**k out of you.”

He turned into Ashton Lane and police arrived moments later to advise him he was under arrest.

He then made a homophobic remarks towards the police officers.

Logan’s defence agent said his client was a well-known face in the area due to his position as a street busker.

He told the court that his client has an alcohol problem and spends his busking earnings on drink.

He was jailed 60 days.