Published: Sat, March 16, 2019
Industry | By Dora Warner

Mobile phone saves Australian man in bow and arrow attack

Mobile phone saves Australian man in bow and arrow attack

The force of the impact knocked the device back into the victim's face.

The incident occurred in Nimbin, northern New South Wales, according to news.com.au.

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About 9am on Wednesday, a 43-year-old man drove into his driveway on Nimbin Road and got out of his vehicle.

Authorities said the suspect then "engaged the bow and was ready to fire".

He saw another man, who he knows, standing outside his home with a bow and arrow.

It caused a small laceration but the man was otherwise unharmed.

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A man, 39, was arrested at the scene and charged, police said.

Police posted images to social media yesterday showing the arrow pierced the smartphone, which was left with a cracked screen.

NSW Police confirmed in a statement that officers were called to the 43-year-old's Nimbin home at around 9am yesterday following the alleged altercation.

The alleged attacker is now out on bail and is set to appear in court in April.

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