A twenty five-calendar year-previous gentleman accused of bashing a Gold Coast paramedic has been granted bail so he can show up at his mother’s funeral.
Matthew Thielemans-Stirling allegedly assaulted the ambulance officer at Higher Coomera in excess of the weekend.
The accused was charged with serious assault of a community officer and frequent assault.
He appeared in the Southport Magistrates Courtroom this early morning.
The courtroom listened to Thielemans-Stirling’s mom died eight days in the past and he went to her home on Friday night to acquire images her funeral.
Defence attorney David Carlin said his customer was upset and took a amount of prescription treatment.
He fell unconscious and was currently being taken care of by paramedic Brad Johnson, forty eight, when he woke up in the ambulance and allegedly attacked the officer who endured a serious eye injuries.
“There is no question that this is a really serious offence,” said Mr Carlin.
“They [drugs] have been taken right after a traumatic occasion.
“It’s a one-off function.”
Justice of the peace Chris Callaghan agreed with the law firm.
“These are exceptional situations,” he said.
The twenty five-calendar year-old Parkwood man was granted bail under the situation that he report to police daily.
Thielemans-Stirling is owing again in courtroom on January 21.
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