A man accused of tricking a 92-year-old woman out of £160 for a fake coronavirus vaccination has been charged with fraud and common assault.
David Chambers is accused of administering the fake vaccine at her Surbiton home in London last month.
The 33-year-old, also from Surbiton, is charged with five offences including fraud and going outside in a tier four area without a good reason.
He denied the charges when he appeared before magistrates on Friday.
Mr Chambers was remanded in custody until a hearing on 12 February.
In the UK, coronavirus vaccines are free of charge and available via the NHS.
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