PAINFUL SMUGGLING: An Abercorn man tried to secrete razor blades in his anus on Thursday before being taken into custody by police, charged with two counts of stealing.
PAINFUL SMUGGLING: An Abercorn man tried to secrete razor blades in his anus on Thursday before being taken into custody by police, charged with two counts of stealing.

Abercorn man tries to hide razor blades in his anus

AN Abercorn man who hid razor blades in his bottom before being taken into custody was refused bail on Friday.

Joshua William Lawrence, 39, appeared in Bundaberg Magistrates Court where he was facing two counts of stealing.

Police opposed his application for bail.

On July 20, Lawrence allegedly attended the Bunnings store in Gympie where he stole multiple items.

He allegedly did the same again on October 12 at Bunnings in Castledine.

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