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AustraliaAussie fears for safety after 'killing' Singapore grandad with wine bottle

08:55  09 september  2019
08:55  09 september  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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An Australian who allegedly killed a grandfather after throwing a wine bottle off a 35-storey Singapore high-rise balcony fears reprisal attacks "He fears for his safety ." Ms James said she met Mr Gosling in her law firm's offices twice before the Australian IT specialist handed himself in to police.

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Aussie fears for safety after 'killing' Singapore grandad with wine bottle© 9News Andrew Gosling, 47, has been charged over the death of a grandfather in Singapore. An Australian who allegedly killed a grandfather after throwing a $40 wine bottle off a 35-storey Singapore high-rise balcony fears reprisal attacks if he is released from jail.

Andrew Gosling, 47, is undergoing psychiatric assessment and is in a fragile emotional state since he was charged with killing 73-year-old Muslim Nasiari Sunee, according to his lawyer.

Speaking with nine.com.au, Singaporean lawyer Gloria James said many Singapore locals were angry at Mr Gosling, who remains detained in Central Police Division.

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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

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The psychiatric report will establish if Mr Gosling, who faces five years in prison, is fit to enter a plea.

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Andrew Gosling, 47, is an Australian national accused of throwing a bottle from the seventh floor of a condo building, hitting people on the fifth floor. Nasiari Suree, 73, was hit in the head and died from his injuries. Gosling now faces additional charge that the attack was ‘religiously motivated’.

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A court hearing in two weeks could decide if Mr Gosling wins bail - however he may choose to remain locked up. Nine.com.au understands Mr Gosling is incarcerated in a cell with three fellow inmates.

"There's a possibility Andrew might not wish to be bailed out," Ms James said.

"He fears for his safety."

Ms James said she met Mr Gosling in her law firm's offices twice before the Australian IT specialist handed himself in to police.

"He was clearly distraught and was suffering. He trembled and shook as he spoke. He was also in tears as he did not expect his act to cause the death of someone."

Aussie fears for safety after 'killing' Singapore grandad with wine bottle© 9News Singapore Police allege Australian Andrew Gosling threw a wine bottle 15 metres from a 7th floor balcony, which then hit and killed Nasiari Sunee, aged 73.

How was Singaporean grandfather Nasiari Sunee killed?

Mr Gosling allegedly lobbed a Polissena Il Boro 2016 wine bottle from his seventh-storey balcony towards a fifth-floor public barbecue area of the Spottiswoode 18 condominium, according to court documents.

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Aussie fears for safety after ' killing ' Singapore grandad with wine bottle . An Australian who allegedly killed a grandfather after he lobbed a wine bottle off a 35-storey Singapore high-rise balcony fears reprisal attacks if he is released from jail.

Beloved mother-of-three beaten to death with a wine bottle by a parolee robber at the liquor store she owned. Police were called to Char's South Ave Wine and Liquor around 5pm and found owner Charlotte Lahr suffering from severe trauma to the upper body.

The flying bottle struck Mr Nasiari on the head as he was about to eat dinner with his family. After suffering multiple heart failures, he died in hospital the next morning, on August 19.

When asked why Mr Gosling had allegedly thrown the bottle, Ms James called it an "act of mischief".

She said Mr Gosling intended to plead guilty.

Ms James is working with prosecutors in an attempt to reduce Mr Gosling's charges to causing death by negligent act.

She is also hopeful, pending bail, Mr Gosling could be allowed to return to Australia while awaiting trial. The judge would need to be convinced the Australian, who relocated to Singapore only two months ago, was not a flight risk.

Mr Gosling had waited 10 days before he surrendered to police, on August 28.

He handed himself in after Singapore police had swept the 35-storey high-rise, questioning residents and requesting they give fingerprints.

Ms James said she did not know why Mr Gosling had not contacted police immediately.

"I believe he did not realise the severity [of what happened], perhaps he was not aware until fingerprints were being taken from residents. Perhaps he was just fearful and had no one to turn to as he was alone in Singapore."

Mr Gosling 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 they 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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