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He finally swept at the cameraman, almost knocking the camera out of his hand

& # 39; Why are you filming me? & # 39; A shocking moment face tattooed man repeatedly hits TV crew out of court before throwing his COFFEE to a photographer

  • A man repeatedly attacked camera operators outside a courthouse in Brisbane
  • He then threw his coffee at the men and shouted at them
  • Eventually, the safety of the Court intervened after he continued to pursue them
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A man who was filmed while walking into a courthouse repeatedly struck and abused a cameraman before finally smothering him a coffee.

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The face-tattooed man, who was thought to support his brother, was a 9-news paranoid camera operator filming him outside the Supreme and District Court of Brisbane.

He and a female partner initially seemed stunned that the cameras were rolling.

He raised his finger and swore to the cameraman and the photographer before he was later worked up and eventually came closer.

& # 39; Why are you filming me, & # 39; he said as he walked over to the couple.

The man repeatedly lied to the media representatives and their cameras.

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He finally swept at the cameraman, almost knocking the camera out of his hand.

& # 39; Why do you keep fucking while filming my dog, & # 39; he said.

He finally swept at the cameraman, almost knocking the camera out of his hand

He finally swept at the cameraman, almost knocking the camera out of his hand

The photographer repeatedly asked the man to keep his distance.

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His female companion, who did not approach the cameras, begged the man to go with her to the courthouse.

A few minutes later he again attacked the camera drivers and chased them around in a meadow nearby.

At one point it seemed that the man's tirade was over and he started to walk away, but he turned and threw his takeaway coffee cup at the cameraman.

He then chased them again, before he asked: & # 39; how often should you be told c *** & # 39 ;.

In the end, court security intervened.

The face-tattooed man, who was thought to support his brother, was a 9-news paranoid camera operator filming him outside of the Brisbane Supreme and District Court
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The face-tattooed man, who was thought to support his brother, was a 9-news paranoid camera operator filming him outside of the Brisbane Supreme and District Court

The face-tattooed man, who was thought to support his brother, was a 9-news paranoid camera operator filming him outside of the Brisbane Supreme and District Court

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