A 30-YEAR-OLD man is facing charges of assaulting two men and a woman in a house in Dunfermline.

It's alleged that one of the men was left with serious injuries and permanent disfigurement.

Jamie Morrison, of County Houses, Fordell, but currently in jail, appeared by video-link at Kirkcaldy Sheriff Court and denied the charges.

It is alleged that on April 19 last year, at Couston Street, Dunfermline, he assaulted a man by striking him repeatedly on the head with a cup, struck him repeatedly on the head and body with a lamp and crutch and struggled with him, all to his severe injury and permanent disfigurement.

He is accused of assaulting a female by punching her repeatedly on the head to her injury.

He is also accused of assaulting a second man by striking him on the body with a crutch.

It is further alleged that he shouted, swore, made threats to damage property, made threats of violence and threw a plant pot through a window there.

No trial date has been set as yet and another court hearing will take place on July 6.