A stripper is accused of "recklessly" exposing himself while entertaining a hen party at a busy restaurant where teenage girls were dining.
Stuart Kennedy charged with exposing his private parts after stripping off his police uniform at La Bamba restaurant in Aberdeen.
He is also accused with simulating sex and making sexually suggestive remarks during the performance on November 6, 2010.
The 29-year-old has gone on trial at Aberdeen Sheriff Court accused of committing a public indecency offence.
Diner Jennifer Masala was celebrating her 24th birthday with her fiancé and family when the incident happened. She said she felt uncomfortable with the situation because her in-laws were also there.
Depute fiscal Felicity Merson asked: "How was he dressed when he arrived?" Mrs Masala, now 25, replied: "He was dressed as a police officer. I knew him because my parents used to teach him. Considering they used to teach him at school, I think they were quite embarrassed."
The nursery nurse, who now lives in Germany, claimed Kennedy took control of the restaurant tannoy and began using "inappropriate" language. She said he stripped in front of the hen party buy she only caught glimpses of the act because she did not want to watch.
Mrs Masala said the stripper eventually took off all his clothes and was left with what looked like a tissue covering his private parts. She claimed to have seen his testicles at one point but admitted she could be wrong.
The court heard that a group of teenagers celebrating a 16th birthday at a nearby table had left the table to watch the strip act. Mrs Masala said she had complained to the restaurant manageress who had explained that it was out of her control.
She added: "I felt that it was inappropriate that it was in front of a 16-year-old birthday party." Her husband Steven Masala, 24, claimed Kennedy simulated sex with her on the table where the hen party were dining.
The software developer said: "He was pretending to have sex on the table and on the floor at one point." He said he watched on as the stripper carried out the "crude" act and at one point saw his penis.
Mr Masala told the court: "I felt uncomfortable. I had a migraine and I was happy to go out. We ate, then complained, then we paid and then we left."
When depute fiscal Mrs Merson asked how the stripper had shown his penis, he replied: "Recklessly".
Kennedy denies committing an act of public indecency at the restaurant. His trial was continued until later this month.
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