Biggleswade Asda car park death: Alan Watts denies manslaughter

Alan Watts Alan Watts denies manslaughter

A man has denied killing a 64-year-old man who died following an alleged row in an Asda car park.

Alan Watts, 65, of Lindsell Crescent, Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, pleaded not guilty at Luton Crown Court to the manslaughter of Brian Holmes.

Mr Holmes, of Sandy, suffered a head injury in the disabled parking area of the Biggleswade store on 3 August and died the next day.

Mr Watts was bailed ahead of a trial which is due to start on 10 December.

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