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Police uniform stripper in court
Stuart Kennedy dressed in police uniform
Mr Kennedy denied the allegations at Aberdeen Sheriff Court
A male stripogram charged with wearing a police uniform and equipment has denied allegations in court of having offensive weapons in a public place.

The incident involving Stuart Kennedy, happened in Aberdeen's Bon Accord Street on a Saturday night in March.

Police took action and the 24-year-old was reported to the procurator fiscal.

A plea of not guilty was lodged on Mr Kennedy's behalf at Aberdeen Sheriff Court to offensive weapons charges including having batons in public.

Intermediate and trial dates later in the year have now been set for the Aberdeen University genetics student.

The original police uniform charge is not being pursued.

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