Ex-Rangers player Charlie Miller in court over 'urinating in street'
The 37-year-old is accused of failing to provide a breath specimen to police.
Former Rangers player Charlie Miller has appeared in court accused of failing to give breath samples and urinating in the street.
The 37-year-old was taken to Helen Street Police Office in Glasgow on Saturday night before appearing at the city’s Justice of the Peace Court on Monday.
He had been going to an event featuring former Rangers players Jorg Albertz and Nacho Novo at the Louden Tavern pub in Copland Road, Ibrox.
Miller appeared from custody where he faced two charges of failing to give police two breath samples at the station.
He also faces a charge of urinating in Woodville Street in the Ibrox area.
Miller, of Bishopbriggs in East Dunbartonshire, was represented by defence lawyer John Kilcoyne and pled not guilty to the allegations.
A trial was set for next May and Miller was released on bail.
The midfielder started his career at Rangers before going on to feature for Dundee United, Norwegian side SK Brann and Australian team Brisbane Roar. He has been without a club since being released by Clyde in 2011.
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