The couple & # 39; Bonnie and Clyde & # 39; that was arrested after an eight-hour siege on the roof, the bail is denied

The couple named & # 39; Bonnie and Clyde & # 39; After an alleged eight-hour roof stand-off with the police his bail was denied during a dirty mouth hearing.

Billy Baker and Tayla Gray, from Townsville, were arrested after fleeing to the roof of the pub in the basement of Goleby on Brisbane Street, Ipswich, before 11 am on Friday.

The couple saw kisses and took selfies while negotiators tried to get them off the roof.

The couple, who were individually confronted with the Magistrates Court of Ipswich on Monday, were charged with both unregulated high-risk activities and police impediment.

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Billy Baker (left) and Tayla Gray (right), from Townsville, were arrested after fleeing to the roof of the pub in Goleby's cellar on Brisbane Street on Friday.

Billy Baker (left) and Tayla Gray (right), from Townsville, were arrested after fleeing to the roof of the pub in Goleby's cellar on Brisbane Street on Friday.

Gray was also accused of committing public nuisance and intentional damage.

Although the reason the couple fled to the roof of the building, where Baker's mother is supposed to live, is unknown – an official who was confirmed to Daily Mail Australia that Baker already wanted an excellent order.

Baker, 23, is also faced with a series of more serious allegations, including 11 violations of his bail conditions.

He is also accused of unlawful use of cars, four counts of entering buildings intentionally, theft with violence and stealing,The Courier Mail reported.

Neither Baker nor Gray, 21, requested bail during the hearing.

Gray, who works as a bartender, only responded with & # 39; yep & # 39; when she was informed by Virginia Sturgess magistrate that she was being transferred to Townsville.

The Townsville couple (both pictured) were confronted with the Ipswich Magistrates Court on Monday. They were both charged with doing non-regulated high-risk activities and obstructing the police

The Townsville couple (both pictured) were confronted with the Ipswich Magistrates Court on Monday. They were both charged with doing non-regulated high-risk activities and obstructing the police

The Townsville couple (both pictured) were confronted with the Ipswich Magistrates Court on Monday. They were both charged with doing non-regulated high-risk activities and obstructing the police

Both Baker (left) and Gray & # 39; s (legal) cases are adjourned until July 15. Nor requested bail

Both Baker (left) and Gray & # 39; s (legal) cases are adjourned until July 15. Nor requested bail

Both Baker (left) and Gray & # 39; s (legal) cases are adjourned until July 15. Nor requested bail

But when she was escorted from the courtroom by the police, Gray heard: & # 39; What was that, are you serious? & # 39;

Baker is also transported back to the north of Queensland.

Both Baker's and Gray's cases were adjourned until 15 July.

They are expected to appear in court via a video link from prison.

At the time of their arrest, Gray supposedly said & # 39; f ** k the dogs & # 39; while the police tried to negotiate with them.

Agents claimed that the duo was armed with poles during the impasse.

Helicopter images showed the couple (both pictured) along the roof and writing on the walls

Helicopter images showed the couple (both pictured) along the roof and writing on the walls

Helicopter images showed the couple (both pictured) along the roof and writing on the walls

Tayla Gray, a 21-year-old bartender, is said to have reported with & # 39; f ** k the dogs & # 39; while the police tried to negotiate with them

Tayla Gray, a 21-year-old bartender, is said to have reported with & # 39; f ** k the dogs & # 39; while the police tried to negotiate with them

Tayla Gray, a 21-year-old bartender, is said to have reported with & # 39; f ** k the dogs & # 39; while the police tried to negotiate with them

The couple talked to each other during the eight-hour stand-off, with Gray supposedly & # 39; f ** k the dogs & # 39; would say to the police below

The couple talked to each other during the eight-hour stand-off, with Gray supposedly & # 39; f ** k the dogs & # 39; would say to the police below

At one point, Gray was standing on the edge of the roof

At one point, Gray was standing on the edge of the roof

Billy Baker and Tayla Gray, from Townsville, reportedly fled to the roof of the pub in Goleby & # 39; s cellar on Brisbane Street, Ipswich just before 11 am on Friday

They were also filmed near an air-conditioning vent that hugged and kissed while a helicopter circled them.

At one point, Gray stood on the edge of the roof while Baker rested his leg on the ledge.

Officers managed to get close to the pair by standing at the top of a back staircase in an adjacent building.

Baker could only be seen on the officers' feet and talked to them before he returned to his partner and lit a cigarette.

It took until around 19.40 for the duo to finally be persuaded to surrender, 9 News reported.

Baker (pictured, talking to a police officer during Friday's deadlock) was just seeing the officers' feet and talking to them before returning to his partner and lighting a cigarette

Baker (pictured, talking to a police officer during Friday's deadlock) was just seeing the officers' feet and talking to them before returning to his partner and lighting a cigarette

Baker (pictured, talking to a police officer during Friday's deadlock) was just seeing the officers' feet and talking to them before returning to his partner and lighting a cigarette

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