What To Know Waylon Johncock
- Who is Waylon Johncock Wiki and Biography
- Footage emerged of an off-duty police officer killing a terrified wombat
- The man believed to be Waylon Johncock, who has been in the force for 10 years
- He is Community Liaison Officer working to integrate Indigenous people
- Johncock is seen repeatedly throwing a rock at the wombat’s head before it falls
- Both the off-duty police officer and his friend are heard laughing about it
- Wombat Awareness Organisation posted the sickening footage to Facebook
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Waylon Johncock Bio
Waylon Johncock is The off-duty police officer who was filmed stoning a wombat to death is a community liaison. Waylon Johncock, who was off-duty at the time, was seen chasing after the helpless wombat wearing nothing but his shoes and shorts. Waylon Johncock off-duty cop who was filmed stoning a wombat to death while laughing is a community liaison police officer who has been working closely with indigenous people for ten years.
Waylon Johncock Video Footage
A video footage on social media emerged on Thursday showing Waylon Johncock repeatedly throwing rocks at the wombat’s head on South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula. The footage was taken on South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula and shows Waylon Johncock repeatedly throwing rocks at the animal’s head.
Local rescue group, Wombat Awareness Organisation, posted the sickening footage to their Facebook page after it was sent to them on Wednesday night.
‘Heartbroken… this is tragic,’ the post read.
‘I am tired of reporting such cruelty for it to be ignored…This has to stop!’
Johncock has been in the South Australian Police Force for ten years working as one of the state’s 36 Community Liaison Officers. He is now a Senior Community Constable based out of a remote community, SBS reported earlier this year.
The killing scene of wombat according to www.news.com.au
The driver starts laughing as the animal tries to run away, with the Waylon Johncock continuing to hurl large stones.
”Go on, you’ve got him, you’ve got him,” the second man says.
“Hit him, hit him, kill him.”
He throws another rock, hitting the wombat in the head and causing it to topple over.
Johncock raises his arms in triumph and smiles at the camera as the animal struggles on the ground
“You killed him!” the driver says.
“First bloke I’ve ever seen kill a wombat on foot, bro.”
The video was sent to the Wombat Awareness Organisation by members of the public.
“Healthy wombat stoned to death by off duty police officer,” the organisation wrote on Facebook alongside the video.
“I am tired of reporting such cruelty for it to be ignored. If this gets your support, something may be done.
“Please share, this is not entertainment. This has to stop!”
Brigitte Stevens, from the organization, told Seven the wombat didn’t die straight away and was left to suffer.
She added that this practice is common place in the area, according to the public.
The video has been shared almost 400 times and has attracted hundreds of comments from furious social media users.
“I am so shocked to see this, there are some seriously messed up people in this world but for this to be someone who has a responsibility to be a good role model in the community makes it even more shocking!” one person wrote.
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