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Bank lawyer cries as he's refused bail after lighting fireworks in the middle of the bushfire crisis
(December 03 06:52) Dailymail.co.uk
Sun, 34, was arrested after two residents in St Peters allegedly saw him lighting fireworks at Sydney Park on November 14, before he threw them over a fence into dry grass.
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