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Trolley Man faces court on burglary charges after handing himself in

Michael Rogers, the man who faced down a murderous terrorist armed only with a shopping trolley in Bourke Street last Friday, has appeared in court on burglary charges.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Melbourne 'trolley man' charged with burglary among other offences

Melbourne's trolley man who tried to help police after last week's Bourke Street attack will face court on burglary charges after handing himself into police.
Credit: SBS - Published

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Melbourne 'trolley man' hands himself in

Melbourne's trolley man who tried to help police after last week's Bourke Street attack will face court on burglary charges after handing himself into police.
Credit: SBS - Published

'Trolley Man' hands himself into police to face charges of burglary

He faced down a murderous terrorist, now Melbourne's homeless hero will face his own day in court.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Donations surge over $140,000 for Bourke Street hero

donations surge over $140,000 for bourke street hero
The GoFundMe account for Bourke Street hero 'Trolley Man' Michael Rogers has continued to receive donations, but police have grown no closer to tracking him down.
Credit: MailOnline - Published

Is Trolley Man entitled to $100k? Homeless hero's past revealed after Bourke Street terror attack

is trolley man entitled to $100k? homeless hero's past revealed after bourke street terror attack
Over $115,000 has been raised for Michael Rogers, who used a trolley to ram Hassan Khalif Shire Ali in the heart of Melbourne on Friday. Some have questioned whether he is worthy of the cash.
Credit: MailOnline - Published

Melbourne’s Trolley Man says police were WRONG to kill the Bourke Street terrorist 

melbourne’s trolley man says police were wrong to kill the bourke street terrorist 
Michael Rogers, 46, was the brave hero who rammed Hassan Khalif Shire Ali with a trolley as police attempted to subdue him on the pavement on Bourke Street, Melbourne.
Credit: MailOnline - Published

Donations flow in for Melbourne attack's 'Trolley Man'


Credit: Telegraph.co.uk - Published Also reported by •Reuters

Trolley man: Funds flood in for Melbourne's homeless hero

trolley man: funds flood in for melbourne's homeless hero
Thousands donate to help a homeless man who tackled a Melbourne knife attacker using a trolley.
Credit: BBC News - Published

Donations for 'Trolley Man hero' who took on Melbourne knife attacker pass £27,000

'This funding may grow further, but Michael probably hasn't had much experience with large sums of money'
Credit: Independent - Published

Homeless man helped stop Melbourne attack by ramming shopping trolley into knifeman

Bystander dubbed 'trolley man' says he wanted to help police 'protect safety of others'
Credit: Independent - Published

Melbourne's 'Trolley Man' lives streets re-emerges same clothes he wore while taking on terrorist

melbourne's 'trolley man' lives streets  re-emerges same clothes he wore while taking on terrorist
Michael Rogers was named as the hero bystander who used a shopping trolley against 30-year-old Somali immigrant Hassan Khalif Shire Ali on Melbourne's Bourke Street.
Credit: MailOnline - Published

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