Bottle of Canandian Club, desk strewn and rubbish on the floor: Inside an alleged paedophile’s lair


Bottle of whisky, desk covered with rubbish and clothes scattering the floor: Inside the filthy den of an alleged paedophile charged with possessing child porn

  • Man, 25, identified will face court charged with child abuse material charges 
  • He allegedly accessed and uploaded material via Dropbox and Kik Messenger 
  • Police seized a number of devices during a raid on his home in Queensland

Pizza boxes, ripped carpets and empty bottles of Canadian Club were the disgusting conditions an alleged paedophile was living in. 

Federal Police discovered the disgusting den when they raided a man’s home in Caboolture in Queensland. 

Images from inside the man’s home showed piles of dirty washing, curtains falling down at the windows and empty soft drink cans on the floor. 

Cops seized a number of electronic devices including four hard drives, two smart phones and a tablet and charged the 25-year-old man with possessing and obtaining child abuse material. 

Pizza boxes, ripped carpets and empty bottles of Canadian Club were the disgusting conditions an alleged paedophile was living in 

Images from inside the man's home showed piles of dirty washing, curtains falling down at the windows and empty soft drink bottles on the floor

Images from inside the man’s home showed piles of dirty washing, curtains falling down at the windows and empty soft drink bottles on the floor 

Police allege he accessed and uploaded material via apps such as Dropbox and Kik Messenger, as well as storing child abuse material on the devices. 

He could face up to 15 years in jail if convicted.

Among the rubbish in his home was pizza boxes, drink cans and a half emptied bottle of Canadian Club whiskey.

Authorities launched an investigation into the alleged child abuse material after reports from the National Centre for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) to the Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation (ACCCE).

AFP Detective Superintendent Paula Hudson stated that the investigation was an example of their dedicated efforts to seek justice against those who access and spread vile material.

‘The AFP, together with our partners across Australia and around the world, are keeping a watch online to protect our children,’ she said.

The man appeared at Pine Rivers Magistrates Court on February 12.

The investigation is ongoing.

Cops seized a number of electronic devices including four hard drives, two smart phones and a tablet and charged the 25-year-old man with possessing and obtaining child abuse material

Cops seized a number of electronic devices including four hard drives, two smart phones and a tablet and charged the 25-year-old man with possessing and obtaining child abuse material 

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