A PORT Glasgow man has been charged with 'soiling' a police car with blood and saliva after allegedly repeatedly striking his head against the interior of the vehicle.

James Cameron, 46, is accused of acting in an aggressive manner, shouting, swearing and making threats at the town's railway station, within the car and at Inverclyde Royal Hospital.

Prosecutors say he repeatedly spat and motioned as if to spit on two police officers whilst on eight sheriff court bail orders.

Cameron, of Lilybank Road, is said to have committed the alleged offences on July 12.

He has pleaded not guilty through lawyer Paul Keenan at Greenock Sheriff Court and is due to stand trial on August 15.