Hungry criminal who tried to cook and eat a snake that he slipped on him while sleeping was imprisoned

Wild turkey dole bludger on the run after a staff member is hit in the throat at Centrelink, tries to cook a snake he slipped on him while he was sleeping and burned down a sugar cane field

  • Scott Stoker went on crime on May 30 in Childers, Bundaberg in QLD
  • He threatened a Centrelink employee, hit a stranger, and set fire to a field
  • He was arrested after breaking into a house and became aggressive to the police
  • Stoker was sentenced to two years in prison, eligible for conditional release in 2020
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A man who burned four hectares of sugar cane in a field after he tried to cook a snake that he slid over his stomach was imprisoned.

Scott Stoker, 32, was sentenced to two years in prison after following a 12-hour crime that ended on May 30 in Bundaberg, Queensland.

The Bundaberg district court heard on Wednesday that the extraordinary series of events began when Stoker became furious with a Centrelink employee about his payment, the Sunshine Coast Daily reported.

Scott Stoker, 32, (photo) was sentenced to two years in prison after undergoing a 12-hour crime that began in Childers and ended on May 30 in Bundaberg, Queensland.

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Scott Stoker, 32, (photo) was sentenced to two years in prison after undergoing a 12-hour crime that began in Childers and ended on May 30 in Bundaberg, Queensland.

He hurled his phone against a wall, pulled out a gun-shaped lighter and threatened to come back and shoot the Centrelink employee.

When he left the center, he physically attacked a stranger who passed him on the street.

& # 39; Don't look at me, sure, & # 39; Stoker shouted at the stranger.

He then slapped the man's face and neck earlier run to a nearby reed field where he fell asleep.

The court heard that Stoker had woken up with a carpet hose slipping over him.

He caught the snake and cooked it on an open fire, but due to & # 39; strong winds & # 39; the fire spread quickly over the sugar cane field.

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About 4.13 hectares were lost, worth an estimated $ 20,000.

Stoker then found shelter in what he believed to be an abandoned house.

He used a screwdriver to come in, rummaging around for food-damaged shelves while searching.

He fell asleep, but woke up from a woman in her 80s who frantically called the police.

Stoker (photo) threatened a Centrelink employee, hit a stranger's face and neck, set fire to a field, and broke into a house where an 80-year-old woman lived

Stoker (photo) threatened a Centrelink employee, hit a stranger's face and neck, set fire to a field, and broke into a house where an 80-year-old woman lived

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Stoker (photo) threatened a Centrelink employee, hit a stranger's face and neck, set fire to a field, and broke into a house where an 80-year-old woman lived

Upon his arrest, he became violent with officers and even with headbutts and pulled off an officer's hair.

A female officer needed medical help after being hit on the head.

Stoker came from meth at the time, defender Baran Cassiday said.

Stoker pleaded guilty to several chargers, including mistreatment with bodily injury, setting fire to a crop, burglary and intentional damage, public nuisance, attacking a police officer and obstructing a police officer.

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Judge Jennifer Rosengren sentenced Stoker to two years in prison, with a conditional release on January 12, 2020.

Stoker fell asleep in a nearby reed field (photo) and, after finding a snake that slid over him, tried to cook it for food, but the fire spread rapidly and more than four acres burst into flames and caused $ 20,000 damage

Stoker fell asleep in a nearby reed field (photo) and, after finding a snake that slid over him, tried to cook it for food, but the fire spread rapidly and more than four acres burst into flames and caused $ 20,000 damage

Stoker fell asleep in a nearby reed field (photo) and, after finding a snake that slid over him, tried to cook it for food, but the fire spread rapidly and more than four acres burst into flames and caused $ 20,000 damage

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