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Man who bit cop laughs his way out of court without jail time

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A man found guilty of biting a police officer has laughed as he walked out of court without serving a single day behind bars.

Magistrate Elizabeth Ellis conceded the attack “beggars belief”, according to Nine News reporter Connor McGoverne.

And yet, 21-year-old Jordan Khattar was only slapped with a good behaviour bond for biting the officer while being kicked out of a Bathurst pub.

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The police union is condemning the court’s decision.

NSW Police Association Secretary Pat Gooley tells Ray Hadley the ruling is a kick in the teeth of the law.

“A middle-of-the-road offender that commits a middle-of-the-road actual bodily harm to a police officer should go to jail for a minimum of three years.

“That’s what the law says. Three years full-time custody.

“This bloke’s not a middle-of-the-road offender. The video shows that.”

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