The man who is found guilty of torturing a kangaroo can be released within six months – while his supporters erupt
The man who & # 39; cheerful & # 39; a kangaroo hit with knuckles and the poor animal shot in the eye, is sentenced to prison – while his supporters violently burst into media outside the court
- Man sentenced to 11 months behind bars for assaulting and killing a kangaroo
- Dylan Leslie Griffin is the third man accused of attacking the animal
- It is believed that the incident is part of a brutal act in the gang culture of motorcycles
- Outside the courtroom, Griffin's supporters burst into a violent outburst
- A man hit a member of the media and another man put a camera together
Laura Withers for Daily Mail Australia
A man was sentenced to 11 months in prison after he was found guilty of torturing and killing a kangaroo, in an incident called "sadistic & # 39; has got.
Dylan Leslie Griffin performed at the Joondalup Magistrate's Court, in Joondalup, 26 miles north of Perth's central business district, and pleaded guilty to attack the animal with knuckle tenders before he sighted it, in a brutal beating that took place last year.
The 22-year-old was sentenced to 11 months behind bars, which means he was conditionally eligible in only six months.
Dylan Leslie Griffin (photo) has been found guilty of torturing and killing a kangaroo
He is the third man to be accused of the violent bashing of the innocent animal, with magistrate Gregory Benn describing Griffin's involvement as "wholehearted, happy and sadistic."
A fourth member of the crowd who reportedly was involved in the murder of the kangaroo, will appear in court in July.
The incident is thought to be part of a sort of group initiation, with all men having some sort of involvement with Outlaw's Motorcycle Club, according to ABC News.
When he closed the sentence, Magistrate Benn remarked that an immediate prison sentence is necessary & # 39; was and would be a deterrent for Griffin and other wannabe gang members.
Many Griffin supporters had attended the court case to hear the outcome of his hearing.
But clearly hastened by the magistrate's decision to imprison Griffin, the group of hooligans burst into an aggressive outburst.
After his conviction, Griffin supporters burst into a violent outburst and attacked members of the media
When the violence dropped, members of the media sounded, with a man trying to hit a television camera.
According to reports, the man can be heard yelling: & # 39; F *** you, you laugh dick & # 39; against the worker while he tries to bash the camera.
The man was stopped doing further damage by other group members and was later taken away by court security officials.
Another man shamelessly ran out of the courtroom and walked straight to a random member of the media and punched him in the face.
Local police are currently looking at the incident outside the courtroom.
Griffin was found guilty of the Kangaroo attack at the Joondalup Magistrate & Court's (photo), while another man will be sentenced in July