A ghost hunter who called by telephone to Virgin staff was having the worst effects of having been convicted, threatened and threatened over the phone.
Paranormal investigator Kade Jones told Brisbane District Court that there was too much pain to stand for trial in order to appeal for being guilty of two counts using a vehicle service for harassment, AAP told.
The court heard that he had changed and that he had staff at the aerodrome in June 2017, causing them to be afraid, injured, damaged and polluted. .
Jones refused to recognize himself, but he continued to threaten the workers with legal action, made grain flowers and refused to believe he was speaking to a Brisbane resident.
AAP has already been reported on the airline's watchlist, which stopped it from flying with them in 2010 after a number of calls back to the company.
Jones had also been convicted of such crimes for three further incidents going back to 1998.
Jones's solicitor, Rob Glenday, said that the court jail would be too difficult for his client to suffer a severe wound in 2004, as a result of his complex obesity, in reporting AAP. T
Vicki Loury judge recorded the acts of Jones as an offensive, threatening and comical attack.
She said that Jones had not shown a dispute and gave no explanation to the misuse of aircrew staff.
She gave him a prison sentence of 12 months, but ordered that she be released on $ 2000 in respect of good behavior for five years.
Judge Loury said that if people were harassing people over the phone again he would be put back behind his weight.