More than 20 packages of feces and urine had been mailed from Western Australia to Hollywood stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Jared Leto, a courtroom has heard.
Veronica Gray, who identifies as male, was given a two-year good conduct bond for sending satchels containing his frozen garbage from put up workplaces in Perth, Lesmurdie, High Wycombe and Kalamunda.
The 23 packages had been labeled “Valentine’s Day” and mailed to DiCaprio and Leto at totally different addresses in California, in what Gray admitted was “bad judgment.”
The weird contents had been found when a package deal leaked onto an Australia Post worker when it burst in transit ABC reported.
Grey, who’s in Australia on a short lived bridging visa, was charged with 5 counts of utilizing a postal service to threaten, harass or insult from February 2-8.
More than 20 packages of feces and urine had been despatched from Western Australia to Hollywood stars Leonardo DiCaprio (pictured) and Jared Leto, a courtroom has heard
The 23 packages had been labeled “Valentine’s Goods” and addressed to DiCaprio and Leto (pictured) at totally different addresses in California
The Filipino-born man had checked bins on the packaging that the contents contained no prohibited objects.
At Broome Magistrates Court on Wednesday, Grey’s solicitor Kaia Gooding stated he despatched the packages to the actors as a result of, like him, they’re passionate concerning the surroundings.
A psychiatric report revealed that attributable to an mental incapacity, Gray had not thought-about the results of his actions.
“The risk of recidivism is non-existent,” Ms Gooding stated.
Magistrate Deen Potter stated Grey’s actions had a “significant impact” on post-op operations, which required private protecting gear for use.
“Based on the fact that your worldview falls outside accepted norms…you were not motivated by malice,” Mr Potter stated.
But he added, “In a world of increasing political polarization… the court should discourage other individuals from sending material through the mail.”
After Gray was fined a two-year $3,000 recognition assure, he stated “God bless you” to Mr. Potter and thanked “anyone who was empathetic to what I accept is poor judgment.”
The weird contents had been found when a package deal leaked onto an Australia Post worker when it burst in transit. An Australia Post mailbox is pictured