A PENSIONER will stand trial accused of stalking a woman.

Gordon Thomson, 75, allegedly kept tabs on Catherine Wildman at a property in Glasgow's Shawlands between March 2019 and November 2021.

Court papers state Thomson engaged in a course of conduct which caused Miss Wildman fear or alarm.

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It is alleged that Thomson acted in an aggressive manner towards her and monitored her movements.

The charge states he attempted to listen to her conversations, stand at his window to stare at her as well as gesticulate in an offensive manner.

Thomson is further accused of banging on the ceiling, approached visitors to Miss Wildman's home address and failed to give her mail posted incorrectly to his door.

The charge goes on to claim Thomson repeatedly loosened her outside tap causing it to leak and caused her CCTV to stop working.

The final accusation claims Thomson accused Miss Wildman as being responsible for water ingress into his home and reported her to environmental health.

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Thomson denies the single charge at Glasgow Sheriff Court.

A trial has been fixed for June this year.

Thomson remains on bail.