A resident of the suburb of mount Gravatt Australian city of Brisbane appeared in court on charges that the recorded data of the Bank account of his girlfriend on a road fence. This publication reports the Daily Mail.
In September a friend asked 44-year-old Justin William Michael Brand (Michael Justin William Brand) wired her the money. She gave him my Bank details. Brand a pen down her personal information on the fence in the Brisbane suburb of Holland Park.
20 December a homeless man was in prison. January 14, in the magistrate’s court Holland Park held a hearing on his case. The defendant communicated with the judge via video link from prison.
Brand said that he had no place else to record the Bank details so he left a sign on the fence. To question the police, why hasn’t he fixed them on his hand or a piece of paper he replied that at that time he had not thought to do this. Brand explained that he’s homeless, and it’s hard to remember the numbers, particularly dates and times.
Judge Simon young (Simon Young) expressed deep concern about the proliferation of personal data girls Brand. Homeless man found guilty of committing an offence but not sentenced to any punishment.
Earlier it was reported that the inhabitant of Khabarovsk found the exhibition of portraits of the homeless of his relative. The woman learned on the images of the brother of her husband, who had not seen for several years.
Video, photo All from Russia.