Queensland

Sex shop fight ‘bizarre, if not unbelievable’


A Queensland man’s troubles multiplied when a loaded handgun, methamphetamine, nunchucks, steroids and Rebels bikie paraphernalia were found in his home.

A CONVERSATION in a sex shop while his young daughter waited in a car outside was the beginning of Peter Warren Barnes’ problems.

The 50-year-old Sunshine Coast man’s troubles multiplied when a loaded handgun, methamphetamine, nunchucks, steroids and Rebels bikie paraphernalia were found in his home.

The children’s soccer coach was talking with a staff member on April 29 at the Intrigues adult shop in Marcoola about a boss at the store, who Barnes said had insulted him.

Yesterday the Maroochydore Magistrates Court heard he told the staff member her boss should be careful about what she said to customers, or she could become a victim of violence.

He told the woman he didn’t want to do anything stupid because his daughter was in the car outside.

Barnes was originally charged with threatening violence over the conversation in the …

Read the full article at: http://www.news.com.au/national/queensland/bad-blood-in-sex-shop-junkie-comment-exposes-drug-weapons/news-story/be2a894cad6cbb90b94b0bd14f02f7ca

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