A 41-year-old man appeared in private at Dundee Sheriff Court charged with abducting a child at Toys ’R’ Us whilst naked.
Przemyslaw Kaluzny, of Watson Street, made no plea or declaration when he appeared in relation to 12 charges on petition, relating to the incident on Sunday.
Kaluzny is charged with stealing a mobile phone and a bat from a property on Watson Street.
He is also charged with intentionally exposing his genitals in a sexual manner to a woman by removing his clothes and lying on her bed.
Kaluzny then allegedly took a car without consent or lawful authority and drove it on roads in the city without a licence or insurance.
He is also charged with having an offensive weapon, namely a bat, at those locations and within Toys ‘R’ Us, Kingsway Retail Park.
Kaluzny then allegedly conducted himself in a disorderly manner within the shop by running into the premises whilst in possession of a bat, removing his clothing, shouting, going into the toilets, adopting a menacing and aggressive attitude, brandishing a bat, struggling violently with staff and customers, placing them in a state of fear and alarm and committing a breach of peace.
Kaluzny faces a ninth charge of committing an offence of public indecency at Toys ‘R’ Us by moving through the shop whilst naked.
He then allegedly abducted a child by picking the child up and attempting to run out of the premises with the child and detaining the child against the child’s will.
Kaluzny is also charged with assaulting a pensioner by hitting her on the head with a bat, to her injury, whilst in the shop.
And he faces a twelfth charge of snapping the plastic casing and metal connecting bar of a pair of police handcuffs, whilst within a police vehicle.
The case was continued for further examination and Kaluzny was remanded meantime.