A farm supervisor who allegedly put needles in strawberries did so out of spite, a Brisbane court has heard.
By Karishma Luthria SYDNEY (Reuters) - A 50-year-old woman will face court on Monday after police charged her with contaminating strawberries ...
A 50-year-old woman has been charged over an Australia-wide alert caused by fresh fruit being spiked with sharp needles.
Police in Queensland, Australia, said they arrested a woman for allegedly contaminating fresh strawberries with sewing needles, injuring at least one man.
A 50-YEAR-OLD woman who was employed as a Queensland farm worker faces court accused of sparking the country's strawberry contamination scare.
Australian police on Sunday arrested and charged a 50-year-old woman with contaminating strawberries with needles.
The first person charged over the strawberry needle crisis is due to face a Brisbane court after spending the night behind bars.
A 50-year-old Queensland woman could face ten years behind bars after being charged for the needle contamination crisis.