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Celebrity brat Corey Worthington received a $225 on-the-spot fine after attempting to use a fake ID to gain access to a Surfers Paradise nightclub on Tuesday morning, News Ltd reported. Worthington had been staying at a luxury hotel on the Gold Coast following an appearance on Channel 10’s Big Brother.

A bouncer has undergone emergency surgery after being stabbed by a woman in Noosa on Saturday night, AAP reported. Police have arrested a 31-year-old woman in relation to the incident, who allegedly spoke to the victim briefly before producing a knife and stabbing him deeply in the left side of his chest.    

A 42-year-old was stabbed three times in the back while trying to intervene in an argument outside a hotel at Rosewood, west of Brisbane, on Friday night, News Ltd reported. The victim was taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries. It is believed his assailants were youths who had earlier attended a nearby party at which a man was assaulted and a police officer responding to complaints was punched in the head.

A man entered a hotel in Railway Street, Gatton, on Tuesday night and threatened a female attendant. He left with a sum of cash in an unknown direction. Police are seeking assistance with their investigation. 

A 29-year-old man who was arrested for disorderly conduct at a licensed premise in Charleville on Wednesday has also been charged with assaulting police after he allegedly raised his handcuffed arms and brought them down on the right hand side of an officer’s face while being processed at the Charleville Watchhouse. The officer received injuries to his right ear, neck and head. A second officer intervened and received minor injuries.  

Queensland Police have released CCTV footage of a man who entered an East Brisbane hotel on Monday morning with a bag that appeared to contain a rifle. He approached the counter and threatened an attendant before leaving the premises with a sum of cash. The offender was last seen heading east along Lytton Road toward Mowbray Park. He is described as Caucasian, in his 30s and around 175cm in height.

A 29-year-old man has been charged in relation to an assault that took place in the underground car park of a Mooloolaba Hotel on May 4. The man is alleged to be one of a group of offenders who assaulted a man who had descended a flight of stairs into the basement car park off Venning Street last month. The victim was taken to hospital for treatment to injuries and abrasions to his head and face. Police are questioning a second man in relation to the incident. 

A 49-year-old man has been taken to hospital with a broken leg and head injuries after he was assaulted with an iron bar and stuck down by a moving vehicle on Thursday morning. The victim and a companion had become involved in an altercation with the offender outside an RSL in the Brisbane suburb of Hillcrest, which was broken up by security personnel working at the club. The victim’s injuries are not considered life threatening. Police later charged a 25-year-old man with acts intended to cause grievous bodily harm and assault with a weapon.

Atom Carboni, a 21-year-old Melbourne, man has been charged with 10 counts of assault relating to an altercation that took placed a CBD nightclub on April 20. Carboni allegedly struck a woman to the ground while she was on the dance floor before striking another man with a glass bottle moments later. A riot ensued, with Carboni receiving several slashes across the face and head.  

An inquest has been unable to determine who killed Quang Minh Tran, 19, a gang member who died as a result of a single stab wound to the chest during a fight outside a Melbourne nightclub in November 2003, the Herald Sun reported. One key witness has relocated to Vietnam and did not attend the inquest, while the prime suspect had told police he was not at the club at the time and had set up a false alibi, a coroner reported.   

A 19-year-old man underwent emergency surgery after being stabbed at a Bexley Hotel on Tuesday night. The victim sustained a severed artery in the attack and remains in a serious condition. Police have charged three underage youths in relation to the incident and seized CCTV footage to assist their investigation.



The Shout Team

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