Australia a Chinese pregnant women with pepper spray was fined - self-defense
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Beijing, oct 20 (Reuters), Australia new fast network reported a western Australia Chinese pregnant women was fined because carries pepper spray, but she says she is aimed to self-defense.
After the case occurs, many community wants the government to clarify the law.
Pepper spray in most Australian states and territories are illegal, but if you have proper reason, in western Australia can carry.
Pepper spray can in western Australia to every 10 grams of 36 yuan,
The Australian dollar, hereinafter the same)
Price, or military stores to buy in the supermarket.
Although sales this kind of thing is legal, but carriers must have proper reason, otherwise will be regarded as illegal.
China's Taiwan born Chinese woman Luo Yushan (
Is Rivervale area residents, she because earlier this month, was found inside the backpack to carry pepper spray and taser disguised as mobile phone, was fined 500 yuan.
Immigration lawyer told the court that is her boyfriend bought her self-defense weapons, home to live with my roommate because she had a theft.
The magistrate said that although understand her intention, but carry weapons is very dangerous.
Western Australia in 2002 the Supreme Court declared that if the pepper spray is used for self defense, can carry, but the taser is illegal.
For the case to the judge wheeler (
Declared: 'the law allows women to originally carries pepper spray when night travel, or the elderly, the vulnerable groups found themselves in danger, can carry pepper spray.
'However, police said, the law does not allow anyone to only for self-defense and carry the spray wherever and whenever.
Com false news report in China on October 20, according to new Australian 692 s-born fast network reported that an Australian wa ethnic Chinese pregnant women was fined because carries pepper spray, but she says she is aimed to self-defense.
After the case occurs, electric batons, many community wants the government to clarify the law