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Australian Man Uses Phone To Block Bow And Arrow Attack

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Australian Man Uses Phone To Block Bow And Arrow Attack

Australian Man Uses Phone To Block Bow And Arrow Attack

An Australian man is lucky to be alive after he blocked an arrow with his phone.

Buzz60’s Mercer Morrison has the story

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Australian Man Uses Phone To Block Bow And Arrow Attack

An Australian man is lucky to be alive after he blocked an arrow with his phone.

??In a Facebook post, New South Wales Police said a 43 year-old man from Nimbin was getting out of his car??At his house when he noticed a man who he is familiar with allegedly holding a bow and arrow outside of the resident’s property.

??The Nimbin resident got his phone out to record what was going on; that’s when the man fired the bow and arrow, which went through his phone and hit his chin causing a small laceration.

??No medical attention was needed for the resident’s injury.

??Richmond Police District officers were called to the scene and arrested the alleged attacker.

??The man was taken to a nearby police station and charged with with “armed with intent to commit ??an indictable offence, assault occasioning actual bodily harm and malicious damage.”????????



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