Face-tattooed fugitive known as Modboy spurs Australian police by posting his photos on Instagram and even calls a TV station to explain why he is ignoring an arrest warrant
- Ethan & # 39; Modboy & # 39; Bramble had an arrest warrant from the Victoria police
- Bramble mocked the police on social media through various messages and a video
- He called a TV station to explain why he had not turned himself in
A fugitive covered by a tattoo has mocked the police of his social media channels and even called in a live TV show to explain why he is fleeing.
Ethan Bramble, 23, nicknamed & # 39; Modboy & # 39; for inking almost every inch of himself – is being sought by the Australian police because he is not appearing in court for alleged attack-related charges.
The great Instagram influencer, who himself & # 39; the most modified youth in the world & # 39; can have trouble lying if his 98 percent tattooed body, inked eyeballs and forked tongue cast a striking image.
But Bramble has not tried to stay under the radar and has instead entertained his 200,000 followers with mockery of officers.
In a post this week he wrote & # 39; nananana that you will never catch me & # 39; after the Victoria police issued an order for his arrest.
And today he even called in the TV program Studio 10 to reveal why he refuses to turn himself in.
He told the panel members of the show that rumors he wanted on indictment for assault were false and confessed that he had been accused of criminal harm.
Bramble said that the police claimed that he had smashed a car window and that he did not know that he had initially breached his bail because he was trying to reschedule his session date.
He said: & I sent an email to the court saying I couldn't make the date, and they said that was fine as long as I emailed the magistrate. I asked for his contact details, but they didn't give it to me. & # 39;
The Eyewatch – Melbourne Police Service Area Facebook page ordered the arrest of 23-year-old Ethan & # 39; Modboy & # 39; Bramble next to a photo of his heavily tattooed face
& # 39; Technically, I broke the bail because I didn't show up … but I'm going to surrender myself, I've just been instructed to first seek legal advice. & # 39;
After hanging, panel member Yvie Jones agreed with his decision.
She said: & # 39; You don't want to go to a police station without a lawyer. & # 39; He must become a lawyer and go in. & # 39;
A Victoria police spokesman said the order was issued for Mr. Bramble after he did not appear in the Magistrate's Court of Melbourne
The 23-year-old started body adjustment at the age of 11, when he stretched his ears and developed a fascination for tattoos
Bramble expressed his decision to taunt the police on social media after the warrant was issued. In one instance he posted an image with the title & # 39; Come and get me & # 39 ;.
& # 39; I am a bit of an internet guru and this has become so big … of course I am going to have a bit of fun with it, & # 39; he said.
The 23-year-old from the Central Coast of New South Wales suggested that he was no longer in Victoria.
Bramble first mocked the police with his arrest warrant: & # 39; I have never seen him in my life. & # 39;
Two hours after the arrest warrant was shared on social media, Bramble posted a video on his personal Facebook
Mr. Bramble, from the Central Coast of New South Wales, did not take the order seriously and commented on the post: & # 39; I have never seen him in my life & # 39;
He seemed to mock police actions again hours later by broadcasting a live video on Instagram, saying he wasn't sure if he should report himself.
The young father thought that he did not think he would be extradited to Victoria if he fled to New South Wales.
But a Victoria Police spokeswoman told Daily Mail Australia that nothing could be excluded.
Bramble said he & # 39; went home to eat lasagna & # 39; and his options consideration before he was seen boarding a bus and asking for a ticket for & # 39; Rosehill & # 39 ;.
& # 39; Well, now you know where I live, & # 39; he said, smiling at the camera.
& # 39; I smoke too much, I drink too much, I don't want to go to jail & # 39 ;, he told the audience of nearly 200 people before the live stream ended on Wednesday.
& # 39; Hopefully I will not get life in prison, later on crew. & # 39;
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