Man Jailed for Reporting Hoax Bomb Threat in Attempt to Delay Flight He Was Running Late For

By Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   For decades now, the aviation industry has been wrestling with rising numbers of hoax bomb threats communicated in wide-ranging ways. Not only are such hoaxes on the increase, they also seem to be taking place with a vast array of motives behind them and even though a threat ...continue reading

Teenager Charged for Using Offensive Language After Verbally Abusing Two Asian Sisters in Sydney

By Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   It’s a contested question – are you allowed to use offensive language in public? Today, we indeed find ourselves in a day and age where swearing has become commonplace. As such, most people wouldn’t even flinch at the sound of a swear word dropping. This is especially the ...continue reading

Penalties for Discriminating Against Race or Colour

By Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   In February 2020, Sydney resident, Angela Prendergast, found herself on a suburban train when a middle-aged Caucasian female boarded and began yelling at a young Asian-Australian mother who was quietly travelling with her baby. Unbeknownst to Ms Prendergast at the time, that Saturday afternoon, a racial attack would ...continue reading

38-Year-Old Man Sentenced For a Common Assault Charge

By Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   Tensions are rippling throughout the world as news of the coronavirus bubbles into our televisions and social media screens advising of the latest limitations and lockdowns. Undeniably, anxiety around the deadly virus and its threats to daily life have sharpened, leaving people fearful and reacting in all kinds ...continue reading

Melbourne’s Iconic Hosier Lane Covered by Cloudy Streaks of Paint in Graffiti Vandalism Attack

By Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   If you’ve ever been to Melbourne before, or simply searched the city online, you’ll likely be familiar with the iconic Hosier Lane. Painted with vibrant swirls of colour and showcasing striking, ephemeral designs, the passageway is recognised as a time-honoured site for expressive street art, with layer upon ...continue reading

Sydney Radiologist Sentenced to Jail for Using Carriage Service to Menace and Offend Former Tinder Date

  It is reported that a radiologist in Sydney has been sentenced to jail for sending threatening messages to a previous tinder date. 41-year-old Denise Lee, a Sydney radiologist pleaded guilty before being sentenced to 9-months imprisonment for using a carriage service to menace charges. It’s reported that the 41-year-old radiologist has met Matthew Holberton ...continue reading

Poo Found in Woolworths Aisle Could Lead to Offensive Conduct Charges

By Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   Attention, readers! This post comes with a *CODE BROWN ALERT*. That’s right – poo’s in the news once again and this time it comes amid the horror and hype of the unique Coronavirus times that we find ourselves in. Indeed, the population at large has proven that strange, ...continue reading

Inquest into William Tyrrell Case Hears Bestiality Allegations Involving Person of Interest

By Sahar Adatia and Jimmy Singh.   William Tyrrell – the little boy in the Spiderman suit – has now been missing for almost six years. On 12 September 2014, the three-year-old disappeared while distinct images of the joyous, engaging toddler became etched into Australia’s memory. And yet, despite a colossal investigation by police, coupled ...continue reading

Sydney Woman Who Stabbed Her Cat 20-times Pleads Guilty to Animal Cruelty Charges

  20-year-old Celina Paige Shead was arrested and charged for brutally stabbing her cat named Ginger up to 20-times before throwing it off her 2nd floor apartment window on 23 October last year. The 20-year-old from Sydney’s northern beaches- Dee Why was interrogated by police. During her interrogation, the court was told that she initially ...continue reading

A Shopper Allegedly Pulls Out a Knife in Public Over Toilet Paper at Parramatta Westfields

  It is reported that at about 1:30pm Wednesday last week, two shoppers allegedly fought over toilet paper at Woolworths in Westfields Parramatta. Police were contacted to attend to a ‘disturbance’. This resulted in six police officers attending the scene over an alleged fight for toilet paper as buyers continue ‘panic buy’, clearing shelves across ...continue reading

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