A strange hat worn to a Halloween party in Glasgow is making headlines.
The hat was purchased by a man who went to a party and then attacked a man with an axe in the town centre.
He was arrested and charged with assault.
The incident happened in January and police are appealing for witnesses.
Police said the man who purchased the hat was known to the people who went there, but the hat did not appear to belong to him.
The man who bought the hat, whose name has not been released, was described as a Caucasian male in his late 20s, about 6ft tall and weighing about 180kg.
He had dark brown hair and a small scar on his face.
He added: “He was a very nice guy who didn’t appear to be anything other than a normal person.” “
We’re going to be working with the police to see what action we can take to get this man behind bars.”
He added: “He was a very nice guy who didn’t appear to be anything other than a normal person.”
The man’s friend was the one who bought him the hat.
He said: ‘It was a little weird.
‘I just wanted to wear it because it was something that was sort of out of the ordinary.
‘It’s been really touching seeing people say how much they liked it.’
Police are appealing to anyone who witnessed the incident to contact police.
The Hattersville man was charged with assaulting a person under 18 with intent.
He has been remanded in custody.
The bizarre incident was the latest in a string of frightening incidents in the area, where crime rates are among the highest in the UK.
In January, a young man was left injured when he was hit by a truck as he went to buy a loaf of bread.
In February, a man was punched in the face by a masked man at a local pub and had to be treated at a hospital for a fractured eye socket.