A MAN has denied leaving a package at a front door where a woman was alleged to have believed it contained an explosive.

Kristofor Kemp, 22, allegedly placed the package at a house in Glasgow’s Govan area in July 2018.

The charge states this was done amid claims he threatened to send a hoax bomb to the woman's home address.

The alleged package is said to have induced “someone to a belief that it was likely to explode or ignite and cause personal injury or damage to the property.”

Prosecutors claim Kemp also repeatedly sent the woman gifts and text messages as well as demand she end her relationship with another man.

It is said Kemp threatened to attend her home, harm her fall and friends, as well as himself.

The charge goes on to say Kemp continued contact when told to desist and placed her family in a state of fear and alarm for their safety.

Kemp appeared at Glasgow Sheriff Court today to plead not guilty to the charges.

A trial date was set for February next year by Sheriff Johanna Johnston QC.

Kemp, of the city’s Nitshill, was granted bail meantime.