Crime Watch: 100 local teens busted by Police at secret bunker ‘bush doof’ - and a Mosman tradie gets his tackle tangled in a torturous tool!

CRIME WATCH/MOSMAN COLLECTIVE
 

AT LEAST 100 LOWER NORTH SHORE TEENAGERS WERE BUSTED AT A SECRET BUNKER ‘BUSH DOOF’ IN MOSMAN LATE ON SUNDAY NIGHT. WE HAVE ALL THE LATEST CRIME NEWS THANKS TO OUR FRIENDS AT NORTH SHORE POLICE AREA COMMAND.

 
 

MOSMAN

Think back to midnight last Sunday. Are you certain your teenagers were in bed, asleep? 

DOOF DOOF: Secret Sunday rave discovered by Harbour Trust Security.

DOOF DOOF: Secret Sunday rave discovered by Harbour Trust Security.

Local police were called to Chowder Bay in the wee hours, after reports of at least 100 local kids raving at a ‘bunker bush doof’, in an underground WWII shelter.

Mosman Collective has received unconfirmed reports that the revellers were going mental to “Losing It” by Fisher, when the illegal party was rushed by the law.

Harbour Trust Security and National Parks are considering a hefty fine enforcement to the event organiser; for trespassing, disobeying a Harbour Trust direction, and clean-up costs.

MOSMAN

OUCH: Teenager’s horrific accident involving his genitals and a sander.

OUCH: Teenager’s horrific accident involving his genitals and a sander.

A teenage tradie working in Mosman is recovering after his genitals were caught in a belt sander.

Ambulance and Fire crews were called to Orlando Ave on Friday morning, following an emergency phone call reporting a distressed 18-year-old with his tackle tangled in the tool. 

The man was transferred to Royal North Shore Hospital, where he underwent emergency surgery to remove the sander from his lacerated private parts.

A hospital spokesperson told Mosman Collective the man was later discharged. It is not known whether he has suffered lasting damage. 

NORTH SYDNEY

Wild scenes on Monday morning left early morning commuters thinking they’d been caught up in the new ‘Fast and Furious’ film, after witnessing two men belt each other up on a main road.

ROAD RAGE: Two men throwing punches in Monday morning traffic.

ROAD RAGE: Two men throwing punches in Monday morning traffic.

Police responded to multiple phone calls just after 6am and found a 41-year-old man from Bondi and a 52-year-old man from Punchbowl still throwing punches, at the intersection of Bay Rd and Pacific Highway.

The pair were separated, with the 41-year-old claiming the other man’s vehicle had collided with him while crossing the road.

Witnesses have alleged that the Bondi man jumped on the bonnet of the other man’s vehicle - and punched the windscreen before the scuffle began. Investigations are continuing into the matter.  

CAMMERAY

BOOZED UP: A Neutral Bay woman blew mid-range on Friday night.

BOOZED UP: A Neutral Bay woman blew mid-range on Friday night.

A 31-year-old Neutral Bay woman has been arrested for driving while disqualified and mid-range drink driving (second offence).

Police were conducting random breath testing at 11.30pm last Friday, when they observed a silver coupe turn into a side street, just before the RBT bay. 

The vehicle was stopped in Ernest Street, where Police discovered the woman’s licence was disqualified in 2019 for mid-range PCA. The woman submitted to a road-side breath test which produced a reading of 0.135. She is due to appear at Manly Court on October 3rd.

MOSMAN

A number of Mosman homes have again been targeted by thieves.

BREAK AND ENTERS: Police warn residents to lock up at all times.

BREAK AND ENTERS: Police warn residents to lock up at all times.

Jewellery worth more than $80,000 was stolen from a house on Middle Head Rd, sometime between Thursday morning (September 5th) and Saturday morning (September 7th).

Cash and designer handbags were taken from Stanton Road property early on Friday night.

And on Saturday night, Police say whiskey was stolen from a house in Ryrie St, followed by an attempted break-in on Quakers Rd.

They urge all residents to be vigilant with home security. 

If you have info on any of these incidents, call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

 

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