A 32-year-old man has been charged with causing the death of a mourner at a funeral in west Belfast at the weekend.
Seamus Conlon, a 70-year-old father of two, died shortly after being knocked down by a stolen car outside the City Cemetery on Saturday afternoon.
Two other men were also hit and injured.
This morning Michael Patrick Loughran, of Glenties Drive in west Belfast, was charged with a number of offences.
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As he was led into Belfast Magistrates Court, a relative of Mr Conlon lunged forward from the public gallery and shouted abuse and tried to enter the dock.
He was restrained by security staff and a police officer and taken from the court.
Michael Loughran then stood with his head bowed as the charges against him were read out.
They include causing death by dangerous driving, two counts of causing grievous bodily injury by dangerous driving, driving whilst unfit due to drink or drugs and aggravated vehicle taking causing injury or death.
There was no application for bail and Mr Loughran was remanded in custody to appear again by video link on 2 September.