Domino's pizza staff member has gun pulled on him

Man who held gun to Domino's worker bullied at school

THE man who held a gun to the head of a Domino's worker in Cairns was bullied at school.

A psychiatrist report by Dr Paul Trott, which was tendered in the Cairns Magistrates Court, said Philip Raymond Willich was labelled "weak" by his school peers and that the 53-year-old had issues with letting go of a grudge.

Willich admitted to the "chronic harbouring" of negative emotions and conflicts.

It also spoke of his father's "harsh parenting and disciplinary style" and "low affection" resulting in an intolerance to rudeness, actual or perceived.

Philip Raymond Willich points a gun at Domino's Pizza Smithfield staff member to get an apology.
Philip Raymond Willich points a gun at Domino's Pizza Smithfield staff member to get an apology.

 

On October 21, 2015, Willich made Isaac Ramsay kneel with a gun to his head over a pizza discount.

More on this at Cairns Post

News Corp Australia


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