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Man accused of being naked in Stirling University library

A 27-year-old man will stand trial after being accused of walking naked around Stirling University's library.

Neil Cox faces a charge of indecent exposure following the alleged incident in the university's library, near Bridge of Allan, in January.

He is alleged to have "repeatedly sat naked on a chair" and walked unclothed in the library.

It is alleged that in doing so, he knowingly exposed his private parts to a female borrower.

Mr Cox, of Bristol, is accused of carrying out the act "in a sexual manner".

He was not present at Stirling Sheriff Court when his solicitor Stephen Maguire asked for the case to be continued without plea.

Sheriff Wyllie Robertson ordered a plea of not guilty to be entered on Cox's behalf, and set trial for July.

Cox, a salesman, was also ordered to attend a pre-trial hearing in June.

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