The Porsche driver, the policeman's dog and the case of outraging public decency

By Andrew Thomson
Updated September 2 2020 - 4:49pm, first published 4:47pm
The Porsche driver, the policeman's dog and the case of outraging public decency
The Porsche driver, the policeman's dog and the case of outraging public decency

Lawyers for Porsche driver Richard Pusey, accused of filming a dying police officer, claim the "unrecognisable" charge of outraging public decency does not exist in Australia and should be dropped.

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