'There was a lot of talk about religious beliefs': Workmate says Flinders Street accused told colleagues 'they needed to believe in Allah' as he claims he's been aggressive before and would 'blow up' while working
By Kate Darvall and April Glover and Sam Duncan For Daily Mail Australia
24 December 2017
The driver accused of mowing down pedestrians in Melbourne's CBD forced his religion on colleagues and would 'blow up' in anger, according to a former workmate.More on what the Prime Minister claims is an 'isolated incident' - part of a rising tide of similar isolated incidents which are leading cities and sites around the world to erect anti-isolated-incident bollards and barriers - at Mail Online
Afghan refugee Saeed Noori, 32, has been charged with 18 counts of attempted murder and one count of endangering life after he allegedly drove a white Suzuki Vitara through the pedestrian intersection of Flinders Street and Elizabeth Street on Thursday. ...