A CELTIC fan lost the plot after going into a mood because Brendan Rodgers left the club.

Craig Docherty drowned his sorrows on the day ex-manager Rodgers quit Parkhead to become Leicester City boss.

He later left his flat in Rutherglen on February 26 and started thumping on the door of neighbour.

The 38-year-old branded his neighbour a "f*****g cow" - leading to the worried couple calling police.

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Raging Docherty went on to kick an officer after it was discovered he was also armed with a machete.

It lead to him being jailed for 34 months at Glasgow Sheriff Court on Wednesday.

His lawyer Craig Grimes told the hearing: "He said he was upset at the time, as unfortunately for him, Brendan Rodgers left his team Celtic that day.

"He then started drinking heavily into the evening."

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The court earlier heard how Docherty rolled up to their door around 10pm.

Prosecutor Craig Farrell said he challenged his neighbours to a fight.

The pair dialled 999 - as Docherty returned to his flat to grab a machete.

Officers eventually found him close to the scene with the blade hidden down his trousers.

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Docherty pled guilty to being threatening to his neighbours, possession of a blade and assaulting a police officer.

Sheriff Paul Crozier said: “This is a hideous item to have on you.

“You had on your person when drunk - who knows what you could have done with it.”