The man accused of sending asbestos to diplomatic missions appears in court with a Minions T-shirt

Man, 49, accused of sending asbestos to 38 diplomatic missions across Australia appears in court with a Minions T-shirt with the text & # 39; more than meets the eye & # 39;

  • Man is accused of sending 38 suspicious packages to embassies and consulates
  • The court of Savas Avan was sued on Thursday for sending dangerous items
  • Avan, 49, appeared in the Magistrates Court in Melbourne with a Minions T-shirt
  • Court documents said that every package & # 39; a quantity of asbestos & # 39; contained

Australian Associated Press

A 49-year-old man accused of sending 38 suspicious packages to embassies and consulates in Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney, forcing forced closures and evacuations to court with a Minions T-shirt.

Savas Avan appeared at the Magistrates Court in Melbourne on Thursday with the order to send dangerous items by mail.

Avan appeared in a red shorts and a black Minion T-shirt, from the popular children's film, which was provided with the words "more than at first glance it seems & # 39 ;.

A 49-year-old man accused of sending 38 suspicious packages to embassies and consulates has confronted the judge wearing a Minions T-shirt

A 49-year-old man accused of sending 38 suspicious packages to embassies and consulates has confronted the judge wearing a Minions T-shirt

It appears from the documents before the Court that each package contained 'an amount of asbestos' and that it was 'reckless with regard to the risk of serious damage'.

It appears from the documents before the Court that each package contained 'an amount of asbestos' and that it was 'reckless with regard to the risk of serious damage'.

It appears from the documents before the Court that each package contained 'an amount of asbestos' and that it was 'reckless with regard to the risk of serious damage'.

After forced closure of the major cities on Wednesday afternoon, Avan was arrested Wednesday night at his home in Shepparton.

& # 39; What is the article? & # 39; magistrate Costas Kilias asked.

& # 39; Asbestos, & # 39; replied the prosecutor Matthew Simpson.

The court documents show one charge that Avan allowed the 38 parcels to be shipped by Australia Post on Monday, that each & # 39; an amount of asbestos & # 39; contained and that he was "reckless with respect to the danger of serious damage."

His lawyer Sonia Sawant said that it was Avan's first time in custody and that there were no problems with the management of custody.

Public prosecutors are looking for a prison sentence from Mr. Kilias that would enable them to further question Avan while in the legal system.

Avan has not applied for a bail and has to return to court for a reminder on 4 March.

Savas Avan appeared on Thursday in the court of Melbourne (photo), charged with sending dangerous items to be transported by mail

Savas Avan appeared on Thursday in the court of Melbourne (photo), charged with sending dangerous items to be transported by mail

Savas Avan appeared on Thursday in the court of Melbourne (photo), charged with sending dangerous items to be transported by mail

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