Teenager admits whipped cream rampage at Gemfields home

A CAN of whipped cream was John Aaron Naumanen's weapon of choice when he broke into a woman's house at the Gemfields at the weekend.

But things weren't so sweet for the 17-year-old in the Rockhampton Magistrates Court on Monday.

Naumanen pleaded guilty to a number of charges including burglary, wilful damage and unlawful use of a motor vehicle.

Police prosecutor Senior Constable Shaun Janes told the court the defendant broke into the house with a friend on Sunday.

Naumanen grabbed a can of whipped cream and sprayed it all over the house, before letting off a fire extinguisher outside.

Snr Const Janes said the defendant then fled the residence on a Yamaha motorcycle he found in the garage.

The informant heard the bike start up and contacted police.

Police intercepted Naumanen on Old Rubyvale Rd and arrested him.

Duty lawyer Lance Rundle said his client had consumed a large amount of alcohol at the weekend, but agreed that was not an excuse.

Naumanen was ordered to perform 80 hours community service and 12 months probation.

He was also fined $632.



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