A man has denied allegedly tricking a 92-year-old into paying £260 for a fake Covid-19 vaccine.

David Chambers, 33, is accused of administering the fake vaccine to the victim at her Surbiton home on December 30.

The victim allowed him into her home after he said he was from the NHS and there to administer the vaccine.

She said she was jabbed in the arm with a "dart-like implement" before being charged.

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Chambers pleaded not guilty to two counts of fraud by false representation and one charge of battery at Kingston Crown Court on Friday ( February 12).

City of London Police previously said the woman was allegedly charged £160.

On January 4, he is also accused of allegedly falsely claiming the 92-year-old owed him a further £100.

He was remanded in custody ahead of a trial at Kingston Crown Court to be held from August 9.