Killer litter case: Aussie gets more serious charge, allegedly threw wine bottle knowing it would hit and hurt someone

Andrew Gosling had allegedly thrown a glass wine bottle from a lift landing on the seventh storey towards a table near the barbecue area on the fifth storey at a Spottiswoode Park Road condominium.
Andrew Gosling had allegedly thrown a glass wine bottle from a lift landing on the seventh storey towards a table near the barbecue area on the fifth storey at a Spottiswoode Park Road condominium.PHOTO: ST FILE

SINGAPORE - An Australian man blamed for a high-rise littering incident which killed a 73-year-old man at a Spottiswoode Park Road condominium has had his charge amended to the more serious voluntarily causing grievous hurt with an instrument.

Andrew Gosling, 47, who appeared in court on Saturday (Sept 21), had allegedly thrown a glass wine bottle from a lift landing on the seventh storey towards a table near the barbecue area on the fifth storey, "knowing it to be likely" that he would cause grievous hurt.

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