The man dubbed New Zealand's "most dangerous stalker'' has pleaded not guilty to a second harrassment charge.

Glenn Green, 41, appeared in North Shore District Court today on that charge and another laid earlier in which he was accused of harassing a 19-year-old woman.

At least one of the victims is said by police to have a "public profile''.

Defence lawyer Geoffrey Anderson told the court today that his client denied both charges and they would be defended at a hearing in March.


Judge David Harvey said Green had written to the court to say he was not guilty and ask for a "restorative justice'' session.

Judge Harvey said such a session was impossible because Green denied the charges and it would be "totally inappropriate'' given the nature of the allegations.

The judge also suppressed the identities of Green's alleged victims.

Police have described Green as "the most dangerous stalker in New Zealand at the moment''.

They allege his psuedonyms include Glenn Mike Carlionne, Glen Dallas Goldberg, Glenn Richard Charles Holden and Glenn Colcord.