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Homeless man denies threatening women

A homeless man was remanded into custody this morning after denying charges of threatening people.

Junior “Scientist” Ming pleaded not guilty to two counts of using threatening words and one charge of threatening behaviour.

The charges relate to two separate incidents which occurred earlier this month.

In the first incident, on July 22, Mr Ming allegedly told a woman: “Call the f***ing police. I will knock your block off.”

He also allegedly kicked and broke a door during the same incident.

Days later, on July 25, Mr Ming allegedly threatened another woman, telling her: “When I come to murder you, don’t come and ask me any questions.”

Magistrate Khamisi Tokunbo remanded Mr Ming into custody until the matter is mentioned on August 10.

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