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Last updated on August 6th, 2017 at 07:22 am
A gap-toothed fellow faces examination:
Police will force a man accused of violent protest at last year’s G20 conference to undergo a photographic examination of his teeth in an attempt to identify him in file photos.
Daniel Jones, 20, will have his teeth photographed by police later today to confirm that he was the man with a characteristic gap in his front teeth who was hurling abuse at police during the protests in November last year.
He allegedly hurled more than abuse:
Jones is accused of causing $9483 worth of damage to a police brawler van that was stationed on the corner of Flinders Lane and Exhibition Street.
No big deal, according to Dan’s spokeschick:
When asked whether rioting protesters should be held accountable for their actions, Anita told theage.com.au: “We think a distinction should be made between violence and property damage.”