The BBC is reporting that a man who shouted " No ifs, no buts, no public sector cuts" at Cameron while he was making a speech in Glasgow has been given an order to carry out 100 hours of community service.
Stuart Rodger hid in a toilet at the Grand Central Hotel before entering a small room where the prime minister was speaking to Conservatives.
At Glasgow Sheriff Court, Mr Rodger, who used to be a Liberal activist, admitted having behaved in a threatening or abusive manner by violating a security cordon, shouting and failing to desist, attempting to approach Mr Cameron (what a crime) and causing fear and alarm.
He was given a community sentence with the condition he has to carry out 100 hours of community service.
Apparently the so-called ‘security cordon’ was someone asking if he had a pass.
Welcome to Scotland, where we like to pride ourselves on being democratic and relatively egalitarian, but where it is clearly now against the law to shout down Cameron.
OK, I accept that Cameron was speaking to a private gathering of Conservatives and that it was damned rude of Mr Rodger to interrupt. I accept that if he was shouting he may well have put Cameron in a state of fear and alarm, so he shouldn't have done it. But it is surely not a crime equating to 100 hours of community service.
So, because I don't want to appear in Dundee Sheriff Court, I will say quietly and respectfully to Cameron: “Please come back to Scotland as often as you can over the next two years. Make yourself a semi-permanent visitor. And feel free to patronise us in your plummy tones about how of course we COULD manage on our own, but we're so much better with England, because together we can wage wars, blow people up, kill and maim children, threaten folks with nuclear weapons of mass destruction and instruct them how they should be running their countries, all at the same time as making a complete cock up of running our own.
And once you have served your purpose and we have voted for independence you can take your sorry arse and sod off back to London where hopefully you'll be kicked out for having been even more of a joke of a prime minister than Gordon Brown.
Oh and Mr Rodger, if you need a hand with your community service, I'm sure there's quite a few that will be glad to help out.