Australia Breaking News

Who is Dimitri Moskovich? Wiki, Bio, Age, Arrested, Family, Career, Net Worth, Many More Facts You Need To Know

Who is Dimitri Moskovich? Wiki, Bio, Age, Arrested, Family, Career, Net Worth, Many More Facts You Need To Know
Who is Dimitri Moskovich? Wiki, Bio, Age, Arrested, Family, Career, Net Worth, Many More Facts You Need To Know

Dimitri Moskovich Wiki – Dimitri Moskovich Bio

Mr Moskovich works out every day at one of Sydney’s most famous landmarks and is fed up with the sight of horse droppings on the beach.

Dimitri Moskovich, one of Sydney’s eastern suburb’s most recognisable residents, was handcuffed and taken away in a police van on Sunday. A highly respected and ‘polite’ Bondi local who allegedly attempted to swim amid COVID-19 restrictions was arrested by police in a dramatic arrest that sparked outrage within the community.

Dimitri Moskovich Age

He is 54 years old.

Dimitri Moskovich Arrested

The 54-year-old is accused of walking through a fenced-off area near Ben Buckler Point and ignoring signs saying the area was closed due to social distancing measures.

‘Police attempted to speak to the man, however walked away. As police approached him again it is alleged he became quarrelsome and argumentative,’ a NSW Police statement read.

In the dramatic footage, Moskovich was pinned on the grass as officers tried to move his arms behind his back to handcuff him. ‘Just cooperate with us, okay?’ Officers told Moskovich, who called on viewers to film the incident. ‘Dimi, we are not going anywhere. We are here, ‘a spectator assured Mr. Moskovich. The two officers continued to try to handcuff Mr. Moskovich, who defiantly pressed his hands to his stomach to avoid being handcuffed. ‘Please guys, just stop. I’m not doing anything wrong, “he pleaded with the police. You started to harass me. You started with me for nothing. “I will go with you to the police station but I will not give you my arms.” Locals pleaded with the police not to wear handcuffs and allowed him to walk with them to maintain his ‘dignity’.

“He will not go anywhere, he is a local,” a supportive spectator told officials, who were on top of Moskovich. He is the best known Bondi type. Just let him walk with you, he will walk with you. “Just let him relax for a minute, he won’t go anywhere,” said another. A young man tried to convince the police that Moskovich did not mean any harm: “He is a local, he is always in the gym.” But the male officer continued to stick his knee into the back of Mr. Moskovich’s leg while demanding ‘give me your arm’. The police finally managed to handcuff Moskovich before putting him in the back of his vehicle. He was arrested and taken to the Waverley Police Station and is currently helping with inquiries.

Bondi Beach has been closed since March 21 after large crowds ignored Australian government social distancing regulations to curb the spread of COVID-19. The arrest has caused an uproar among the community, who say the police acted “aggressively” towards the respected local. ‘Disguise the conduct of the male officer. The man is clearly stating that he will cooperate and that he will not act aggressively in any way, shape or form, ” one person said. “The male police officer must be trained to reduce situations, not provoke them,” said another.

“The guy doesn’t even move and look at the policeman’s knees … that’s completely unacceptable and it can happen to anyone.” However, some onlookers defended the actions of the police by arresting Moskovich. “I think the police could have handled it better, but the guy is clearly not cooperating,” one person commented. Moskovich is famous among the Bondi community, and he is often seen working out at the famous boardwalk’s outdoor gym.

About the author

Darryl Hinton

Originally from the U.K., Darryl Hinton is a journalist and web content specialist who now lives and writes in Trending Topics of United States, United Kingdom and Australia. Hinton's work has appeared in a wide range of publications in print and online, including The Guardian, The Daily Beast, Pacific Standard magazine, The Independent, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, and many other outlets.

Sponsored Links