Damien S'Ven Redshaw didn't leave Bundaberg to enter his guilty plea to one count of public nuisance, instead he put it in writing as in was heard during Gympie Magistrates Court proceedings on Tuesday.
Damien S'Ven Redshaw didn't leave Bundaberg to enter his guilty plea to one count of public nuisance, instead he put it in writing as in was heard during Gympie Magistrates Court proceedings on Tuesday.

Drunken, abusive shopping centre blow up costs man

A DRUNKEN Bundaberg man's threats to cafe staff and the facilities manager at a Wide Bay shopping complex has resulted in a hefty punishment.

Damien S'Ven Redshaw didn't leave Bundaberg to enter his guilty plea to one count of public nuisance, instead he put it in writing as in was heard during Gympie Magistrates Court proceedings on Tuesday.

Police prosecutor Sergeant Lisa Manns told the court Redshaw's behaviour had prompted the manager at the the Southside Town Centre shopping complex to place a call to police about 6.30am on March 7 this year.

Sgt Manns said the initial report to police detailed a male person who was intoxicated, causing a disturbance and threatening the cafe staff.

She recounted witness reports that Redshaw entered the cafe, appeared intoxicated and began rambling about a security guard before becoming agitated and verbally aggressive towards staff.

The fearful staff reportedly locked themselves inside the cafe once Redshaw left.

He then approached the manager and said, "I'm going to f--- you up” and "Give me one reason why I shouldn't smash you”.

Police soon arrived and saw Redshaw moving away from the complex onto Exhibition Rd, where they arrested him and conveyed him to the Gympie watch house.

Magistrate Chris Callaghan accepted Redshaw's written plea and sent from his current address in Bundaberg.

Mr Callaghan convicted and fined him $800.

A conviction was recorded.



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