A man has appeared in court accused of spraying police with paint amidst the COP26 summit.
Andrew Naylor allegedly assaulted three officers on Waterloo Street, Glasgow on November 3.
Prosecutors state the 60-year-old sprayed paint on the heads and bodies of constables Bradley Pitt, Sally Meineike and Sarah Wallace.
All three officers were working for Thames Valley Police in the execution of their duties.
Naylor made no plea through his lawyer Claire Ryan at a private hearing at Glasgow Sheriff Court.
Naylor, of Edinburgh, was granted bail by Sheriff Gerard Considine meantime pending further examination.
His bail conditions include exclusion from Glasgow city centre until the end of the COP26 summit on November 19.