Brekky Wrap: Delivery Driver Nabbed Urinating At Customer's Front Door
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At least two people have been injured after shots were fired during a basketball victory parade in Canada. Hundreds of thousands of fans had packed into Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto to celebrate the Raptor’s first NBA championship when shots rang out. Two people are in custody.
NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet will unveil the budget today which is expected to have an $802 million surplus, smaller than forecast. The budget will include an additional $355 million for drought support and $400 million to improve regional data and mobile connectivity. South Australian treasurer Rob Lucas will also deliver his budget. Residents are being warned it will be ‘tough but fair.’
Two brothers are due in court, accused of bashing a senior police officer near a Melbourne train station. Chris O’Neill, 60, was left with bleeding on the brain after being attacked in Toorak on Saturday. The duo, aged 18 and 20 were arrested yesterday.
Owners of apartments in Sydney’s troubled Mascot Towers building have been told they will need to come up with $1 million for urgent repairs, according to the Daily Telegraph. More than 100 apartments were evacuated on Friday night when cracks appeared in the carpark. Most residents have not been allowed to re-enter the building since, even to collect their personal belongings.
A delivery driver has been nabbed urinating in a pot plant on a front porch at Bendigo. CCTV footage shows the driver attempting to deliver a parcel when there was no answer, he turned towards the plant and proceeded to urinate, seemingly unaware of the security camera above. A man told 3AW the incident happened on Friday when his niece was expecting a delivery from Australia Post. “Whenever someone comes to the door it (the CCTV) automatically goes off,” he said. “She got a text message with the video!” Australia post has confirmed to the radio station the man in question will be sacked.
Encrypted messaging service WhatsApp is working with authorities to help locate missing Belgian backpacker Theo Hayez. The teenager was last seen leaving Cheeky Monkey's bar in Byron Bay on May 31. His father made an emotional plea for access to his WhatsApp account yesterday, believing it could hold the key to his whereabouts.
AFL boss Gillon McLachlan has apologised to footy fans who have been intimidated by security guards during matches, saying he’s appalled if fans feel threatened. He’s due to hold a press conference on the issue today.
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