The naked knife-handling man, 34, is accused of having attempted to break into a house before cruelly mutilating and killing his parents' shitzu
- A man, 34, was charged after allegedly breaking into a unit and killing a dog
- The police confronted the man in a unit in Auburn, in western Sydney, on March 10
- When the police arrested the man, they reportedly found a knife and a mutilated dog
- The man was refused the deposit and appears on Saturday at Parramatta Bail Court
A naked, knife-waving man, 34, is accused of allegedly breaking into a house before malignantly mutilating and killing his parents' dog.
Police were called to a unit in Auburn, west of Sydney, just after midnight on March 10 after witnesses told them that a naked man – allegedly holding a knife – was trying to invade a unit.
When the police arrived at the Edgar Street unit, the residents took them to another unit in the complex, where they found a man who matched the description of the witnesses.
A naked, knife-handling man, 34, is accused of allegedly breaking into a house before violently mutilating and killing his parents' Shitzu dog (stock).
As the man approached, the police said he would close the door of his unit – which he shares with his two elderly parents – before talking to officers in the hall.
The officers arrested the man before entering the unit, where they reportedly found a large kitchen knife and a mutilated Shitzu dog.
The man was taken to the Parramatta police station, where he was accused of various charges, including torturing and killing an animal and aggravated entry and breaking while armed.
The dog was rushed to an animal hospital, but died of the injuries, police said.
The 34-year-old was taken to Cumberland Hospital – a public psychiatric institution – for review, until he was released on Friday under custody of the police.
He was taken to the Parramatta police station where he was accused of a number of charges, including torturing and killing an animal and aggravated breaking and entering while armed.
The man was refused the deposit and appears on Saturday at Parramatta Bail Court.
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