Naked rambler Stephen Gough has been arrested immediately after being freed from Perth Prison.
The former marine - who has attempted to walk around Britain naked on multiple occasions - enjoyed just a few seconds of freedom on Friday October 29 before being arrested by police officers at the prison gates for wearing no clothes.
He was arrested immediately after stepping through the prison doors and appeared naked in the dock at Perth Sheriff Court after spending the weekend in police custody.
Fiscal depute Rebecca Kynaston told the court Gough "clearly has no intention of changing his ways" and asked for him to be remanded in custody again.
Gough, 51, of Chamberlayne Road, Eastleigh, Hampshire, denies conducting himself in a disorderly manner outside Perth Prison on October 29.
He denies breaching the peace by standing naked at the prison gates, refusing to wear any clothing or otherwise cover up his private parts in Edinburgh Road, Perth.
Mrs Kynaston said: "You will see from the charge this incident took place outside Perth Prison in Edinburgh Road. He was released and immediately arrested.
"There is a course of conduct here and he clearly has no intention of changing his ways, as you can see," as Gough stood naked in the dock a few feet away.
Gough, who worked as a long distance lorry driver after leaving the forces, said he understood the charge and pled not guilty to it. He did not ask for bail and was remanded in custody until his trial later in November.
He has accumulated over 20 convictions since 2003, and has been warned that he may spend the rest of his life behind bars unless he changes his behaviour.