Weird moment King of the Cross John Ibrahim WAXT the eyebrows of an employee as punishment for stealing his family – while his partner Kyle Sandilands watches
- John Ibrahim unveiled Ryan Watsford's eyebrows
- Ryan Watsford and Jaron Chester are said to have stolen $ 30,000 from his brother
- Ibrahim claimed that the bizarre punishment would calm things for them & # 39;
- The video was broadcast during the trial of Ibrahim's girlfriend, Sarah Budge
- The 29-year-old was found not guilty on Wednesday of her possession of weapons
- Mrs. Budge sighed with relief and fell forward when the jury announced a verdict
The bizarre moment that John Ibrahim waxed the eyebrows of Ryan Watsford – an employee allegedly stolen from his family – can now be revealed after a court has released the unbearable video.
Images of Mr. Watsford & # 39; s eyebrows were removed and the identity of the Kings Cross nightclub with the wax strips in his hand was broadcast earlier this month during the trial of Ibrahim's girlfriend Sarah Budge.
A jury found Mrs Budge today not guilty of owning a gun police found in her apartment in Double Bay during a raid in August 2017.
With the verdict, the court of the NSW also allowed the release of the images.
The bizarre moment that John Ibrahim waxed the eyebrows of Ryan Watsford (photo) has been revealed
Weird moment King of the Cross John Ibrahim washes the eyebrows of a co-worker who allegedly stole from his family
In the video, Mr. Watsford hears Ibrahim & # 39; just have to tear it & # 39 ;, and the footage shows that he is obliged, much to the horror of the broker.
You can hear laughter in the background as Mr. Watsford screams in pain before looking in the mirror at his new look and & # 39; oh my God & # 39; exclaims.
Mr. Ibrahim then waves with a happy smile to the wax strips, while his good friend Kyle Sandilands watches.
Police found the strips of wax paper in the 51-year-old's house during raids on the same day they found the gun in his girlfriend's apartment in 2017.
The hairs later turned out to be from Mr Watsford and another friend Jaron Chester.
The lead chief agent, Albert Osseily, told the court that Ibrahim had punished the pair's eyebrows.
In the video, Mr. Watsford hears Ibrahim & # 39; just have to tear it & # 39 ;, and the footage shows that he is obliged, much to the horror of the broker
Mr. Ibrahim then waves with a happy smile to the wax strips, while his good friend Kyle Sandilands watches (photo)
Images of Mr. Watsford & # 39; s eyebrows are waxed and the identity of the Kings Cross nightclub with the wax strips in his hand was broadcast during the trial of Ibrahim's girlfriend Sarah Budge (photo)
Ibrahim claimed it would calm & # 39; because his brother was angry with the couple allegedly caught stealing $ 30,000 from him.
Mrs. Budge was not found guilty of owning a gun on Wednesday after an emotional two-year trial.
The verdict followed a two-week trial that included four days of jury discussions and the disclosure of her most private communication with her famous boyfriend.
Mrs. Budge said & # 39; thanks & # 39; after the jury had left the courtroom around 4.40 pm and the long trial had ended.
The saga has tried for Mrs. Budge, a model and restaurant owner who was not well known prior to her arrest in August 2017.
Mrs Budge was supported by her brother Jack, her father Mark and a good friend who also cried when the verdict was finally revealed
Mrs. Budge – a model and bar manager – is now free to continue her career without the weight of the allegations hanging over her head
Two years ago, during a raid on Mrs. Budge's Double Bay home, the federal police found the gun in her bedroom wardrobe.
During the trial, her lawyer suggested that the raids were aimed solely at obtaining a sketch of the then-to-be-published book by John, Last King of the Cross.
And in court, Mrs. Budge insisted that she didn't know how the gun got there, except that her friend John, 51, told her he knew what it was like.
She told the jury that John kept her in the dark about the details and said that she was already in enough trouble.
Her defense was that she did not know, nor could she be expected to have the gun – which the jury clearly accepted today.
The verdict comes after Budge was found not guilty on two additional charges of owning gun ammunition and dismantling a weapon on Tuesday.
John Ibrahim stayed away from the Downing Center court while his partner was being tried – but the couple is very together
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