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AustraliaAussie charged after flying wine bottle kills Singaporean grandfather

10:35  03 september  2019
10:35  03 september  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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Aussie IT worker charged after flying wine bottle kills Singaporean grandfather . An Australian IT worker has been charged with killing a 73-year-old grandfather after allegedly throwing a wine bottle from a 35-storey high-rise in Singapore .

An Australian man who allegedly killed a grandfather after throwing a wine bottle off a Singapore high-rise balcony will spend at least another week in jail. Andrew Gosling, 47, has been charged with killing 73-year-old Nasiari Sunee last month. Police have been granted further time to investigate the

An Australian IT worker has been charged with killing a 73-year-old grandfather after allegedly throwing a wine bottle from a 35-storey high-rise in Singapore.

Aussie charged after flying wine bottle kills Singaporean grandfather© Ronny Chin & Associates / Supplied The 35-storey Spottiswoode 18 condominium; Nasiari Sunee, pictured with his wife, died after being hit in the head with a wine bottle allegedly thrown from the high-rise's 7th floor. Andrew Gosling, 47, appeared in a Singapore court on Friday facing one count of causing death by performing a rash act, The Straits Times reports.

Mr Gosling allegedly lobbed a Polissena Il Boro 2016 wine bottle from the seventh-storey of the Spottiswoode 18 condominium towards a barbecue area on the building's fifth storey, according to court documents.

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Singapore say he may have been targeted because he was Muslim - as accused Australian faces Andrew Gosling allegedly threw wine bottle over the balcony of a unit in August Singapore grandfather Nasiari Sunee was hit on the head by the bottle and died But that charge was upgraded to the more serious 'voluntarily causing grievous hurt with an

An Australian IT worker is tonight behind bars in Singapore , accused of throwing a bottle of wine off an apartment complex that killed a grandfather below.

The bottle struck delivery driver and father-of-four Nasiari Sunee's head, causing his death.

Nine.com.au understands Mr Gosling was an IT contractor with Orica, an Australian multinational mining company.

An Orica spokesperson today told nine.com.au they could not comment further, but confirmed Mr Gosling had been arrested.

Mr Nasiari was at the high-rise building to celebrate a relative's housewarming. He was about to eat dinner when the bottle allegedly came flying down from the upper floor.

One of Mr Nasiari's children told The Straits Times she heard two thuds before the grandfather of nine fell to the ground.

Aussie charged after flying wine bottle kills Singaporean grandfather© Google Maps The barbecue pit area on level 5 of Spottiswoode 18 condominium, where Nasiari Sunee was fatally struck in the head with a win bottle, can be seen in the bottom right corner of this image.

Her father's head was wounded and a glass wine bottle lay unbroken beside him, Nas Suriati Nasiari said.

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Aussie charged after flying wine bottle kills Singaporean grandfather . An Australian IT worker has been charged with killing a 73-year-old grandfather after throwing a wine bottle from a 35-storey tower in Singapore .

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Mr Nasiari was rushed to Singapore General Hospital where his heart stopped three times.

The day after, on the morning of August 19, Mr Nasiari's blood pressure plummeted and he died.

Singapore police went door-to-door at the 35-storey Spottiswoode 18 tower hunting for the culprit.

Residents said police asked if they had been drinking, showed a picture of a wine bottle and requested they give fingerprints.

Mr Gosling was arrested last Wednesday, according to Singapore police. He was refused bail and is currently being held on remand at Central Police Division.

The IT worker faces five years in a Singapore prison if found guilty of causing death by rash act.

A Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade spokesperson told nine.com.au staff were providing consular assistance to an Australian man detained in Singapore.

"Owing to our privacy obligations we will not provide further comment," the spokesperson said.

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