A CHURCH pastor is to face trial accused of sexually assaulting a woman by stuffing cash into her bra and exposing himself.

Walter Masocha, 51, is also accused of indecently assaulting a second woman by hugging her and making sexual remarks to her at an airport.

The self-proclaimed prophet, living at The Church of Agape in Stirling, is alleged to have sexually assaulted one woman on various occasions between January 2007 and June 2010 at an address in Bridge of Allan, Stirlingshire.

He is accused of repeatedly touching her on the breasts over her clothing, placing money into her bra, kissing her on the lips and exposing himself to her.

Masocha is also alleged to have indecently assaulted a second woman on various occasions between March 2008 and the end of May 2011, both at his home near Stirling and at Edinburgh Airport.

It is further alleged that he indecently and sexually assaulted the second victim on various occasions at the airport and at The Church of Agape, Coseyneuk House, Sauchieburn, by Stirling, by repeatedly touching her, and making sexual remarks.

Masocha appeared in the dock at Stirling Sheriff Court yesterday (Tuesday) and entered pleas of not guilty to three charges against him.

Sheriff Gillian Wade QC ordered the case to be set down for trial starting on April 25.

Prosecutor Jemma Eadie told the court she expected the trial to last three to four days.