Bus basher, who hit a man and a woman in the face, appears before the court

Bus basher who hit a man and a woman in the face and left them with serious facial injury & # 39; appears before the court

  • The accused man for two alleged & # 39; unprovoked & # 39; attacks are arrested for another two
  • Brett James French is believed to be responsible for four attacks in Brisbane
  • He was arrested and released earlier this week, but was arrested again by the police
  • He appeared today at the Magistrates Court of Pine Rivers, where he was denied bail
  • The Aspley man left his victim after the attack & # 39; serious facial injuries & # 39; increase

Laura Withers for Daily Mail Australia

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A man who brutally attacked two innocent passengers and injured them with severe facial injuries & # 39; left behind on individual bus journeys, is faced with new accusations of another two alleged attacks.

Brett James French was present at the Magistrates Court of Pine Rivers earlier today, in the Shire of Pine Rivers, 20 km north of Brisbane, and is believed to be responsible for four alleged attacks from September to December last year.

Frans was originally arrested after the police had called for public information and released on bail earlier this week.

Frans appeared in Pine Rivers Magistrates Court (photo) where acting magistrate Jason Schubert said he could not guarantee public safety if he was released

Frans appeared in Pine Rivers Magistrates Court (photo) where acting magistrate Jason Schubert said he could not guarantee public safety if he was released

But only a few days later, Queensland's agents again arrested him about another two alleged incidents, and he was subsequently refused bail.

He was refused the deposit based on the fact that his alleged attacks did not contain isolated incidents & # 39; and he persisted in targeting vulnerable members of the community & # 39 ;.

Police Prosecutor Shannon Bryce said: "This is a persistent behavior during a number of months in which the defendant directed vulnerable members of the community and attacked them.

& # 39; This is not an isolated incident, but a series of similar crimes committed and inflicted on the community, & # 39; he added.

Acting Magistrate Jason Schubert refused the French bail and noted that he could not guarantee the safety of the public if the French were released, according to The Courier Mail.

He also added that French people for the so-called & # 39; unprovoked & # 39; attacks could go to prison and the case was adjourned until 4 February.

The 39-year-old has already been charged twice for assault that causes physical injury.

Brett James French (photo) was present at the Magistrates Court of Pine Rivers, in the Shire of Pine Rivers 20 km north of Brisbane, earlier today

Brett James French (photo) was present at the Magistrates Court of Pine Rivers, in the Shire of Pine Rivers 20 km north of Brisbane, earlier today

Brett James French (photo) was present at the Magistrates Court of Pine Rivers, in the Shire of Pine Rivers 20 km north of Brisbane, earlier today

Frans would have beaten a 40-year-old man on board a bus in an unprovoked attack last December before attacking an innocent 18-year-old female passenger three days later.

But after further investigation, the police claim that he is responsible for another two & # 39; unprovoked & # 39; attacks.

The police claim that French attacked a 16-year-old boy and a 65-year-old woman in two separate incidents.

At the time of the initially reported incidents, officials released images and images of the suspect, now known as French.

The police shared the images, indicating that the man is entering Anaconda Everton Park on South Pine Road on January 4, in an attempt to appeal to witnesses.

  Frans (photo) was refused on the basis of the fact that his alleged attacks did not contain isolated incidents & # 39; and he continued to focus on "vulnerable members of the community & # 39;

  Frans (photo) was refused on the basis of the fact that his alleged attacks did not contain isolated incidents & # 39; and he continued to focus on "vulnerable members of the community & # 39;

Frans (photo) was refused on the basis of the fact that his alleged attacks did not contain isolated incidents & # 39; and he continued to focus on "vulnerable members of the community & # 39;

  The police shared the images, indicating that Frans (photo) enters Anaconda Everton Park on South Pine Road on January 4th

  The police shared the images, indicating that Frans (photo) enters Anaconda Everton Park on South Pine Road on January 4th

The police shared the images, indicating that Frans (photo) enters Anaconda Everton Park on South Pine Road on January 4th

He looks white with a shaved head and wore a red polo shirt during both incidents.

Other images let him wear a black tracksuit with three white stripes and a red hoodie.

The original images, which were recorded with CCTV, show two separate incidents in just a few days in a row where the man is seen to attack two passengers in the northeastern suburbs of Brisbane.

The woman would have had serious injuries to the face.

In a separate incident three days earlier, the man was captured while striking a 40-year-old man before he fled at the Maundrell Terrace stop in Chermside West.

In one attack the man saw a woman in the face before he jumped from the back of the bus

In one attack the man saw a woman in the face before he jumped from the back of the bus

In one attack the man saw a woman in the face before he jumped from the back of the bus

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