Jonathan Dixon, the bouncer accused of illegally accessing CCTV footage of England's Mike Tindall in a bar, pleads not guilty to the charge.
A bouncer accused of illegally accessing CCTV footage of England's Mike Tindall in a bar has pleaded not guilty.
Jonathan Dixon appeared before Queenstown District Court in New Zealand earlier today.
The 40-year-old submitted his not guilty plea before being remanded on continuing bail until Monday, October 17.
The video footage from Queenstown's Altitude Bar appears to show Tindall, who is married to the Queen's granddaughter Zara Phillips, hugging and kissing a woman.
She was later described as an "old friend" of Tindall's.