A22-YEAR-OLD man allegedly hit a woman on the face with a glass and held a knife to her throat.
Sean Burnett, a prisoner at Perth, also allegedly brandished a knife and a mallet at Samantha Poynter while behaving in an aggressive manner.
Burnett will stand trial at Dundee Sheriff Court charged with assault and aggressive behaviour.
He denies assaulting Samantha Poynter by grabbing her by the clothing, pushing her on the body and holding a knife against her throat.
And he denies striking Ms Poynter on the face with a glass tumbler during the same incident, to her severe injury, permanent disfigurement and impairment.
The assault allegedly took place at a property on Lyon Street, Dundee, on February 12 or 13.
Burnett also denies a second charge of behaving in a threatening or abusive manner, on the same date and at the same location.
He allegedly committed this offence by punching walls, shouting, swearing and brandishing a knife and a mallet at Ms Poynter.
And he denies a third charge of behaving in a threatening or abusive manner by making threats of violence towards Samantha Poynter, at Perth Prison, between March 3 and 17.
Trial for all three charges takes place on June 6.