TWO SUSPECTS are accused of abducting a man who allegedly tried to flee from a flat window.

Lynsey Nolan, 30, and Derek Currie, 35, are said to have locked the man in the woman’s flat in February this year.

Prosecutors claim Mr Smith was “compelled” to attend the flat in Glasgow’s Priesthill area before “detaining him against his will.”

The man is said to have been stabbed on the body with a knife and pursued before climbing out a window in an “attempt to escape.”

The pair allegedly then struck the on the body with a knife to his severe injury and permanent disfigurement.

Nolan and Currie face a final allegation of robbing him of a mobile phone and a quantity of cash.

The duo pleaded not guilty today at Glasgow Sheriff Court.

A new hearing date was set for July this year by Sheriff Joseph Platt.

Currie remains in custody for the matter while Nolan’s bail was continued meantime.