England rugby union star Danny Cipriani has denied in court a charge of drink driving.
The 28-year-old will now stand trial on a date to be notified following an incident in Fulham earlier this year.
He was breath tested by police following an incident in Imperial Road on June 1, hours after he starred in a long-awaited comeback for England against the Barbarians at Twickenham. He had been driving a Mercedes.
Cipriani, who has 14 caps for England, appeared at Hammersmith Magistrates' Court on Thursday (December 10) to deny the charge.
He was wearing a grey suit, white shirt, glasses and sporting a short beard.
The Sale fly-half, who narrowly missed out on selection for the England World Cup squad, appeared at the Talgarth Road court and gave his address as Raynes Park.
He also spoke to confirm his name and date of birth before denying the charge to district judge Jeremy Coleman.
It was alleged in court that Cipriani had 67 microgrammes of alcohol per 100ml of breath.
The legal limit in England and Wales is 35 microgrammes.
He was granted unconditional bail.