British tourist accused of assaulting a man for stealing his phone less than 24 hours after landing in Australia, says he & # 39; no memory for the attack & # 39; has
- Daniel Smith, 35, faced the Parramatta court after allegedly attacking a stranger
- The victim was walking down Bondi street when Smith reportedly abused him
- The 35-year-old told the court on Saturday that he had no memory of the attack
A British man who reportedly attacked a man in Bondi after spending less than 24 hours in the country claimed he has no memory of the attack.
Daniel Smith, 35, appeared in Parramatta Bail Court after allegedly attacking a stranger while walking along Campbell Parade at 1.30 a.m. on Saturday.
The 35-year-old, who is in Australia for a two-week vacation, told the court that he could not remember the attack and that he had no & # 39; bad bone in his body & # 39; had.
A British man was in handcuffs less than 24 hours after arriving in Australia (image of Bondi in the photo)
& # 39; Oh my god, oh my word & # 39 ;, he said.
& # 39; I have no memory. I have never done anything wrong in my life. I just don't understand, I don't have a bad bone in my body. & # 39;
Magistrate Tony Murray advised him not to say anything else about the incident and suggested seeking legal advice, The Daily Telegraph reported.
Smith reportedly approached a 59-year-old man while walking down the street and attacking him.
The victim tried to flee from the furious man, who continued to attack him and stole his cell phone.
The attack was only stopped when a nearby spectator called the police after seeing the violent attack.
Daniel Smith, 35, is reported to have violently attacked an elderly man near Bondi Beach in eastern Sydney, seriously injuring him (pictured is Campbell Parade, Bondi)
The victim was treated on the spot by the ambulance officers of the ambulance from NSW before being taken to St. Vincent & # 39; s hospital in a serious but stable condition (photo)
The victim was treated on site by NSW Ambulance ambulance personnel before being taken to St Vincent & # 39; s hospital in a serious but stable condition.
Smith was arrested on the spot by officers from the Eastern Areaur Police Area Command.
He was taken to Waverley police station and charged with a serious theft with injury / serious bodily injury and a person who was planning to sue him.
Smith did not request a bail and his case was adjourned at the Central Local Court on Monday. He told the Magistrate that he would seek legal advice before his next appearance.
He was taken to Waverley police station and accused of a serious theft with injury / serious bodily injury and a person intending to make a charge
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