"In regards to the spray he had bought this a number of years before in Canada. He accepts his guilt in regards to this.
"It's clear…that the attention this has attracted has caused difficulty for him, in that his family are now aware of his lifestyle and do not approve.
“He had been involved in this lifestyle for some time without any problems. It's simply a weekend that went wrong."
Archie Hill, for Reid, added: "She did not know what she was fetching when asked for the spray and did not know what it was. She was aggressive towards the complainer and she accepts that."
Sheriff Nikola Stewart told the pair they had terrorised Mr Greenan, adding: “Against that, I recognise you both have either a limited record, or no record, and the responsibility you have for others.”
Barclay also admitted unlawful possession of cannabis worth up to £7,650 and the canister of bear repellent.