A SUSPECT is accused of trying to kill a man at a car park - including stabbing him with a needle.

George Johnston, 32, allegedly attacked Scott Muir on January 17 this year.

The incident is said to have occurred at the NCP car park in Glasgow’s Midland Street in the city centre.

Johnston is said to have punched, kicked and stamped on the 50 year-old.

Prosecutors further claim he struck with Mr Muir with a glass bottle and did stab him with a hypodermic needle.

Tony Lenehan, defending, pleaded not guilty on his behalf during a short hearing at the High Court in Glasgow on Thursday.

Lord Matthews continued the case until September. No trial was set.