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Local Government Act 1993 No 30
Current version for 1 November 2019 to date (accessed 10 December 2019 at 10:52)
Breaking glass and other matter
A person who, without lawful excuse, wilfully breaks a bottle, glass, glass receptacle or syringe in a public place is guilty of an offence.Maximum penalty—10 penalty units.A person who, in a public place, throws, places or leaves any bottle, glass, glass receptacle, syringe, broken glass or other matter or thing likely to endanger the safety of or cause injury to any person or animal or damage to any vehicle or property is guilty of an offence.Maximum penalty—10 penalty units.A person who—breaks a bottle, glass, syringe or glass receptacle in a public bathing place under the control of the council, andis guilty of an offence.does not collect and remove all portions of the bottle, glass, syringe or glass receptacle either to a receptacle (if any) provided by the council for that purpose, or to a place beyond the public bathing place,Maximum penalty—10 penalty units.