Testicle Twister released to jail after terrorizing his roommates during a violent disaster when a fight broke out over a key
- Bradley Willis, 29, lived with two men in the Caboolture area of Queensland
- In June 2018, a fight broke out for a key and he attacked both his housemates
- He cut them with a knife and turned the testicles of one man until they got bruises
- He was sentenced to three years in prison, but will soon be released conditionally
A drunken villain who attacked his housemates during a violent disaster – the testicles of one man turning until they were bruised – is set to run out of jail.
Bradley Willis, 29, lived with two middle-aged men in the Caboolture area of Queensland in June 2018.
He was sentenced to three years in prison after attacking his roommates in a fight over a key.
Willis pleaded guilty on Wednesday to several indictments at the Brisbane Supreme Court, but will be released almost immediately because of the time already served.
Bradley Willis, 29, (photo) lived with two middle-aged men in the Caboolture area of Queensland in June 2018
The court heard Willis leave the house after the queue and return drunk with a barrel of wine in his hands.
He invited one of the men for a drink, and while they were talking, Willis grabbed a knife and attacked his 40-year-old roommate.
The man managed to escape the house and call the police despite heavy bleeding from stab wounds.
Willis (photo) broke open the door to his other roommate's room and pulled him off the bed before he threw him down the hall
Willis broke open the door to his other roommate's room and pulled him off the bed before he threw him down the hall.
He pressed his knee into the man's throat and attacked him with the knife.
Willis also grabbed the man's testicles and turned them.
& # 39; Just because you know a lot of sheilas, that doesn't mean they want your wrinkly old dick, & # 39; shouted Willis Courier Mail reported.
& # 39; I'm going to kill you. I'm going to cut off your arm and your finger. & # 39;
When the police arrived, Willis held the knife to his throat and threatened to kill himself, but officers used a Taser to subdue him.
His two roommates suffered cuts and bruises while Willis was admitted to the hospital for a self-inflicted injury to his wrist.
Justice Elizabeth Wilson noted Willis's guilty plea and his attempt to educate himself in prison.
She also noted that he would have housing on release and a potential job.
But Justice Wilson said the violent attack would have a lasting impact on the victims.
& # 39; You have injured your housemates – it must have been frightening for them, & # 39; said Justice Wilson.
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