Horse-riding protester charged over alleged demonstration in NSW

The infamous ‘man on a horse’ protester has been charged, after allegedly demonstrating in New South Wales earlier this week.

The 52-year-old is understood to have been part of the nationwide protests at parliament buildings and council chambers on Tuesday.

New South Wales Police deployed more than 900 officers on the day, to conduct high-visibility patrols of various sites.


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ARound 150 arrests were made and almost 600 fines were issued around the state.

Officers have since confirmed that a 52-year-old Murwillumbah man, understood to be the same stunt man who appeared at the border protests a week and a half ago, turned himself in to police yesterday afternoon.

He’s since been charged with unlawfully participate in outdoor gathering/stay at home area and will appear at Murwillumbah Court on September 22.

He was given conditional bail until then.