A man has appeared in court accused of behaving in a racially offensive manner towards restaurant staff and at police headquarters in Dundee.
Joel Justice, 24, of Bellefield Avenue, denies behaving in a threatening or abusive manner likely to cause fear or alarm and repeatedly uttering offensive remarks which were racially aggravated at the Marco Polo takeaway, Hawkhill, last Thursday.
He also denies behaving in a threatening or abusive manner likely to cause fear or alarm and uttering offensive remarks which were racially aggravated at police HQ in Bell Street on the same date.
Justice was granted bail on the condition he does not enter Marco Polo.
Trial was fixed for March 21, with an intermediate diet on February 22.
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Man accused of making racist remarks towards Dundee takeaway workers