Australian rural dating
Most Aussies are pretty honest and friendly people, but like in every country there's always a few baddies amongst the goodies.
Below are a couple of the baddies that caught our attention, either as crimes committed in Australia or crimes committed by Australians overseas.
In June 2007 a 44 year old truckie from Cairns appeared in court charged with no less than 103 child sex offences.
We hope the tragic truckie will be locked away for a very long time.
But first a short list of Australia's baddest baddies who have "Never to be released" stamped on their files; Katherine Knight - she got a bit upset when her boyfriend John Price rejected her in February 2000 so she killed him with dozens of knife stabs, skinned him, cooked parts of his body and served him up on dinner plates, intended to be eaten by John's children.
The crime scene was so horrific that police that worked on the scene needed years of psychiatric counselling.
But in March 2006 a parliamentary inquiry recommended that this law should be changed to decriminalise public drunkenness.
The assistant pastor and two bible study teachers of the Open Door Korean Church at Chatswood, Sydney, had noticed that 19-year-old Angela Kim did not attend church services as regular as they would like to see.
The teller gave him a handsome sum and he walked out the door and around the corner( he had no getaway car).
Unfortunately they left such a wealth of clues that police had established their identities in less than ten minutes and they were arrested in no time at all and made the news headlines as the Dumb And Dumber couple, relating to Jim Carey's movie of two idiots on a road trip.
Blunders included choosing a bank where they were known, not disguising their Aussie accents, buying a fancy Rolex watch with a mountain of notes in a nearby shop just after the robbery, giving a taxi driver a 20 grand tip, forgetting to take off their work name tags, etc.
The curry did not come in a hurry, so by the time the delivery driver turned up at their door they had both fallen asleep.
The Indian, who in court also claimed to be a member of the Nepalese royal family just to add to the amazingness of this story, found the front door open, so when he received no reply to his calls he entered the house.