‘He was watching pornography on his phone’ while at a popular family spot in Mackay
COURT: The 24 year old mouthed off to police yelling ‘chase me’ after his mate was detained for drink-driving.
A former Mackay woman proclaimed “it’s not like I belong to the mongrel mob” as she justified why she bit two pharmacy workers and belted the owner of a dog.
The incident occurred in late 2018 in Mackay.
He received a panicked call and drove to the rural Seaforth road despite being nearly four times the limit
‘The consequences of what you did could have been so much worse, you could be in jail for a very long time’
It is alleged the offending occurred late last year and involved a dog.
The 23 year old cheekily used a Mackay magistrate’s comments to his advantage.
The incident allegedly occurred in August last year.
‘I was upset because I wasn’t actually driving the car’
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