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The man shipped the beer from Melbourne to Perth

The passenger plans on saving rather than drinking the can of beer for now.

On Saturday, an Australian man named Dean Stinson checked in a single can of beer on his flight out of Melbourne — not because he was looking to pack the essentials, but merely for the fun of it.

"It honestly just seemed like a good laugh, an idea a mate and I cooked — pretty much a meme in real life for all the export drinkers out there," Stinson told Mashable.

Stinson posted a video on Facebook showing that his beer can made it back safe and sound from his Qantas Airways flight.

Peter Ellis, founder of travel website FlightMood, told The Daily Mail that Stinson isn’t the first to check in Australian beer.

“Export being checked in as baggage is not an uncommon sight so I wasn't even surprised,” he said. “I've seen Export being flown as far as Greece — now that's dedication!”

To read about 13 travel hacks that will save you time and money, click here.


He gets 35 years for killing ex-girlfriend with deer rifle outside Iron Range bar

VIRGINIA, Minn. — Just six days before she was gunned down outside an Aurora bar in November 2015, Julie Ann Hildreth submitted a victim impact statement in a domestic abuse case against the man who would soon kill her.

In that case, John Joseph Plevell was being sentenced for disorderly conduct after authorities said he struck Hildreth with a telephone and a full beer can.

“I don’t want him to do this to another female,” Hildreth wrote in part. “This is the worst thing I’ve gone through in my entire life.”

Less than a week later, Plevell lay in wait with a deer rifle equipped with a scope and fired a single shot at Hildreth from 50 to 60 feet away, ending her life.

“She was ready to take back her spirit,” Assistant St. Louis County Attorney Michelle Anderson said. “Then, on Nov. 8, 2015, the defendant silenced her forever.”

Hildreth’s victim impact statement was read in court by her sister on Monday. Hildreth’s two daughters, mother and boyfriend also addressed St. Louis County District Judge Gary Pagliaccetti during an emotional, hourlong hearing in Virginia.

In accordance with a plea agreement, Plevell was sentenced to 35 years in prison on an intentional second-degree murder conviction.

Plevell, 52, of Aurora, accepted the above-guideline term last month, admitting that he fatally shot Hildreth, a 49-year-old Babbitt native, when he became jealous after seeing her in the bar with her new boyfriend.

“Bang! That’s the last thing my mother heard before she passed away because you decided to pull the trigger,” Jessica Harris-Bennett, 30, told Plevell at the sentencing hearing. “You hurt so many people through your selfish actions.”

Sobs emitted from the crowded courtroom throughout the hearing as friends and family members approached the podium one by one to speak about the loss of their loved one.

“My mother was a bright person,” recalled daughter Kaylee Hildreth, 25. “She could light up a room just by walking into it.”

Hildreth worked for much of her life in the nursing and personal care attendant fields, said her mother, Janice Harris. She was widowed by age 40 and moved to South Carolina to be closer to her daughter Jessica.


He gets 35 years for killing ex-girlfriend with deer rifle outside Iron Range bar

VIRGINIA, Minn. — Just six days before she was gunned down outside an Aurora bar in November 2015, Julie Ann Hildreth submitted a victim impact statement in a domestic abuse case against the man who would soon kill her.

In that case, John Joseph Plevell was being sentenced for disorderly conduct after authorities said he struck Hildreth with a telephone and a full beer can.

“I don’t want him to do this to another female,” Hildreth wrote in part. “This is the worst thing I’ve gone through in my entire life.”

Less than a week later, Plevell lay in wait with a deer rifle equipped with a scope and fired a single shot at Hildreth from 50 to 60 feet away, ending her life.

“She was ready to take back her spirit,” Assistant St. Louis County Attorney Michelle Anderson said. “Then, on Nov. 8, 2015, the defendant silenced her forever.”

Hildreth’s victim impact statement was read in court by her sister on Monday. Hildreth’s two daughters, mother and boyfriend also addressed St. Louis County District Judge Gary Pagliaccetti during an emotional, hourlong hearing in Virginia.

In accordance with a plea agreement, Plevell was sentenced to 35 years in prison on an intentional second-degree murder conviction.

Plevell, 52, of Aurora, accepted the above-guideline term last month, admitting that he fatally shot Hildreth, a 49-year-old Babbitt native, when he became jealous after seeing her in the bar with her new boyfriend.

“Bang! That’s the last thing my mother heard before she passed away because you decided to pull the trigger,” Jessica Harris-Bennett, 30, told Plevell at the sentencing hearing. “You hurt so many people through your selfish actions.”

Sobs emitted from the crowded courtroom throughout the hearing as friends and family members approached the podium one by one to speak about the loss of their loved one.

“My mother was a bright person,” recalled daughter Kaylee Hildreth, 25. “She could light up a room just by walking into it.”

Hildreth worked for much of her life in the nursing and personal care attendant fields, said her mother, Janice Harris. She was widowed by age 40 and moved to South Carolina to be closer to her daughter Jessica.


He gets 35 years for killing ex-girlfriend with deer rifle outside Iron Range bar

VIRGINIA, Minn. — Just six days before she was gunned down outside an Aurora bar in November 2015, Julie Ann Hildreth submitted a victim impact statement in a domestic abuse case against the man who would soon kill her.

In that case, John Joseph Plevell was being sentenced for disorderly conduct after authorities said he struck Hildreth with a telephone and a full beer can.

“I don’t want him to do this to another female,” Hildreth wrote in part. “This is the worst thing I’ve gone through in my entire life.”

Less than a week later, Plevell lay in wait with a deer rifle equipped with a scope and fired a single shot at Hildreth from 50 to 60 feet away, ending her life.

“She was ready to take back her spirit,” Assistant St. Louis County Attorney Michelle Anderson said. “Then, on Nov. 8, 2015, the defendant silenced her forever.”

Hildreth’s victim impact statement was read in court by her sister on Monday. Hildreth’s two daughters, mother and boyfriend also addressed St. Louis County District Judge Gary Pagliaccetti during an emotional, hourlong hearing in Virginia.

In accordance with a plea agreement, Plevell was sentenced to 35 years in prison on an intentional second-degree murder conviction.

Plevell, 52, of Aurora, accepted the above-guideline term last month, admitting that he fatally shot Hildreth, a 49-year-old Babbitt native, when he became jealous after seeing her in the bar with her new boyfriend.

“Bang! That’s the last thing my mother heard before she passed away because you decided to pull the trigger,” Jessica Harris-Bennett, 30, told Plevell at the sentencing hearing. “You hurt so many people through your selfish actions.”

Sobs emitted from the crowded courtroom throughout the hearing as friends and family members approached the podium one by one to speak about the loss of their loved one.

“My mother was a bright person,” recalled daughter Kaylee Hildreth, 25. “She could light up a room just by walking into it.”

Hildreth worked for much of her life in the nursing and personal care attendant fields, said her mother, Janice Harris. She was widowed by age 40 and moved to South Carolina to be closer to her daughter Jessica.


He gets 35 years for killing ex-girlfriend with deer rifle outside Iron Range bar

VIRGINIA, Minn. — Just six days before she was gunned down outside an Aurora bar in November 2015, Julie Ann Hildreth submitted a victim impact statement in a domestic abuse case against the man who would soon kill her.

In that case, John Joseph Plevell was being sentenced for disorderly conduct after authorities said he struck Hildreth with a telephone and a full beer can.

“I don’t want him to do this to another female,” Hildreth wrote in part. “This is the worst thing I’ve gone through in my entire life.”

Less than a week later, Plevell lay in wait with a deer rifle equipped with a scope and fired a single shot at Hildreth from 50 to 60 feet away, ending her life.

“She was ready to take back her spirit,” Assistant St. Louis County Attorney Michelle Anderson said. “Then, on Nov. 8, 2015, the defendant silenced her forever.”

Hildreth’s victim impact statement was read in court by her sister on Monday. Hildreth’s two daughters, mother and boyfriend also addressed St. Louis County District Judge Gary Pagliaccetti during an emotional, hourlong hearing in Virginia.

In accordance with a plea agreement, Plevell was sentenced to 35 years in prison on an intentional second-degree murder conviction.

Plevell, 52, of Aurora, accepted the above-guideline term last month, admitting that he fatally shot Hildreth, a 49-year-old Babbitt native, when he became jealous after seeing her in the bar with her new boyfriend.

“Bang! That’s the last thing my mother heard before she passed away because you decided to pull the trigger,” Jessica Harris-Bennett, 30, told Plevell at the sentencing hearing. “You hurt so many people through your selfish actions.”

Sobs emitted from the crowded courtroom throughout the hearing as friends and family members approached the podium one by one to speak about the loss of their loved one.

“My mother was a bright person,” recalled daughter Kaylee Hildreth, 25. “She could light up a room just by walking into it.”

Hildreth worked for much of her life in the nursing and personal care attendant fields, said her mother, Janice Harris. She was widowed by age 40 and moved to South Carolina to be closer to her daughter Jessica.


He gets 35 years for killing ex-girlfriend with deer rifle outside Iron Range bar

VIRGINIA, Minn. — Just six days before she was gunned down outside an Aurora bar in November 2015, Julie Ann Hildreth submitted a victim impact statement in a domestic abuse case against the man who would soon kill her.

In that case, John Joseph Plevell was being sentenced for disorderly conduct after authorities said he struck Hildreth with a telephone and a full beer can.

“I don’t want him to do this to another female,” Hildreth wrote in part. “This is the worst thing I’ve gone through in my entire life.”

Less than a week later, Plevell lay in wait with a deer rifle equipped with a scope and fired a single shot at Hildreth from 50 to 60 feet away, ending her life.

“She was ready to take back her spirit,” Assistant St. Louis County Attorney Michelle Anderson said. “Then, on Nov. 8, 2015, the defendant silenced her forever.”

Hildreth’s victim impact statement was read in court by her sister on Monday. Hildreth’s two daughters, mother and boyfriend also addressed St. Louis County District Judge Gary Pagliaccetti during an emotional, hourlong hearing in Virginia.

In accordance with a plea agreement, Plevell was sentenced to 35 years in prison on an intentional second-degree murder conviction.

Plevell, 52, of Aurora, accepted the above-guideline term last month, admitting that he fatally shot Hildreth, a 49-year-old Babbitt native, when he became jealous after seeing her in the bar with her new boyfriend.

“Bang! That’s the last thing my mother heard before she passed away because you decided to pull the trigger,” Jessica Harris-Bennett, 30, told Plevell at the sentencing hearing. “You hurt so many people through your selfish actions.”

Sobs emitted from the crowded courtroom throughout the hearing as friends and family members approached the podium one by one to speak about the loss of their loved one.

“My mother was a bright person,” recalled daughter Kaylee Hildreth, 25. “She could light up a room just by walking into it.”

Hildreth worked for much of her life in the nursing and personal care attendant fields, said her mother, Janice Harris. She was widowed by age 40 and moved to South Carolina to be closer to her daughter Jessica.


He gets 35 years for killing ex-girlfriend with deer rifle outside Iron Range bar

VIRGINIA, Minn. — Just six days before she was gunned down outside an Aurora bar in November 2015, Julie Ann Hildreth submitted a victim impact statement in a domestic abuse case against the man who would soon kill her.

In that case, John Joseph Plevell was being sentenced for disorderly conduct after authorities said he struck Hildreth with a telephone and a full beer can.

“I don’t want him to do this to another female,” Hildreth wrote in part. “This is the worst thing I’ve gone through in my entire life.”

Less than a week later, Plevell lay in wait with a deer rifle equipped with a scope and fired a single shot at Hildreth from 50 to 60 feet away, ending her life.

“She was ready to take back her spirit,” Assistant St. Louis County Attorney Michelle Anderson said. “Then, on Nov. 8, 2015, the defendant silenced her forever.”

Hildreth’s victim impact statement was read in court by her sister on Monday. Hildreth’s two daughters, mother and boyfriend also addressed St. Louis County District Judge Gary Pagliaccetti during an emotional, hourlong hearing in Virginia.

In accordance with a plea agreement, Plevell was sentenced to 35 years in prison on an intentional second-degree murder conviction.

Plevell, 52, of Aurora, accepted the above-guideline term last month, admitting that he fatally shot Hildreth, a 49-year-old Babbitt native, when he became jealous after seeing her in the bar with her new boyfriend.

“Bang! That’s the last thing my mother heard before she passed away because you decided to pull the trigger,” Jessica Harris-Bennett, 30, told Plevell at the sentencing hearing. “You hurt so many people through your selfish actions.”

Sobs emitted from the crowded courtroom throughout the hearing as friends and family members approached the podium one by one to speak about the loss of their loved one.

“My mother was a bright person,” recalled daughter Kaylee Hildreth, 25. “She could light up a room just by walking into it.”

Hildreth worked for much of her life in the nursing and personal care attendant fields, said her mother, Janice Harris. She was widowed by age 40 and moved to South Carolina to be closer to her daughter Jessica.


He gets 35 years for killing ex-girlfriend with deer rifle outside Iron Range bar

VIRGINIA, Minn. — Just six days before she was gunned down outside an Aurora bar in November 2015, Julie Ann Hildreth submitted a victim impact statement in a domestic abuse case against the man who would soon kill her.

In that case, John Joseph Plevell was being sentenced for disorderly conduct after authorities said he struck Hildreth with a telephone and a full beer can.

“I don’t want him to do this to another female,” Hildreth wrote in part. “This is the worst thing I’ve gone through in my entire life.”

Less than a week later, Plevell lay in wait with a deer rifle equipped with a scope and fired a single shot at Hildreth from 50 to 60 feet away, ending her life.

“She was ready to take back her spirit,” Assistant St. Louis County Attorney Michelle Anderson said. “Then, on Nov. 8, 2015, the defendant silenced her forever.”

Hildreth’s victim impact statement was read in court by her sister on Monday. Hildreth’s two daughters, mother and boyfriend also addressed St. Louis County District Judge Gary Pagliaccetti during an emotional, hourlong hearing in Virginia.

In accordance with a plea agreement, Plevell was sentenced to 35 years in prison on an intentional second-degree murder conviction.

Plevell, 52, of Aurora, accepted the above-guideline term last month, admitting that he fatally shot Hildreth, a 49-year-old Babbitt native, when he became jealous after seeing her in the bar with her new boyfriend.

“Bang! That’s the last thing my mother heard before she passed away because you decided to pull the trigger,” Jessica Harris-Bennett, 30, told Plevell at the sentencing hearing. “You hurt so many people through your selfish actions.”

Sobs emitted from the crowded courtroom throughout the hearing as friends and family members approached the podium one by one to speak about the loss of their loved one.

“My mother was a bright person,” recalled daughter Kaylee Hildreth, 25. “She could light up a room just by walking into it.”

Hildreth worked for much of her life in the nursing and personal care attendant fields, said her mother, Janice Harris. She was widowed by age 40 and moved to South Carolina to be closer to her daughter Jessica.


He gets 35 years for killing ex-girlfriend with deer rifle outside Iron Range bar

VIRGINIA, Minn. — Just six days before she was gunned down outside an Aurora bar in November 2015, Julie Ann Hildreth submitted a victim impact statement in a domestic abuse case against the man who would soon kill her.

In that case, John Joseph Plevell was being sentenced for disorderly conduct after authorities said he struck Hildreth with a telephone and a full beer can.

“I don’t want him to do this to another female,” Hildreth wrote in part. “This is the worst thing I’ve gone through in my entire life.”

Less than a week later, Plevell lay in wait with a deer rifle equipped with a scope and fired a single shot at Hildreth from 50 to 60 feet away, ending her life.

“She was ready to take back her spirit,” Assistant St. Louis County Attorney Michelle Anderson said. “Then, on Nov. 8, 2015, the defendant silenced her forever.”

Hildreth’s victim impact statement was read in court by her sister on Monday. Hildreth’s two daughters, mother and boyfriend also addressed St. Louis County District Judge Gary Pagliaccetti during an emotional, hourlong hearing in Virginia.

In accordance with a plea agreement, Plevell was sentenced to 35 years in prison on an intentional second-degree murder conviction.

Plevell, 52, of Aurora, accepted the above-guideline term last month, admitting that he fatally shot Hildreth, a 49-year-old Babbitt native, when he became jealous after seeing her in the bar with her new boyfriend.

“Bang! That’s the last thing my mother heard before she passed away because you decided to pull the trigger,” Jessica Harris-Bennett, 30, told Plevell at the sentencing hearing. “You hurt so many people through your selfish actions.”

Sobs emitted from the crowded courtroom throughout the hearing as friends and family members approached the podium one by one to speak about the loss of their loved one.

“My mother was a bright person,” recalled daughter Kaylee Hildreth, 25. “She could light up a room just by walking into it.”

Hildreth worked for much of her life in the nursing and personal care attendant fields, said her mother, Janice Harris. She was widowed by age 40 and moved to South Carolina to be closer to her daughter Jessica.


He gets 35 years for killing ex-girlfriend with deer rifle outside Iron Range bar

VIRGINIA, Minn. — Just six days before she was gunned down outside an Aurora bar in November 2015, Julie Ann Hildreth submitted a victim impact statement in a domestic abuse case against the man who would soon kill her.

In that case, John Joseph Plevell was being sentenced for disorderly conduct after authorities said he struck Hildreth with a telephone and a full beer can.

“I don’t want him to do this to another female,” Hildreth wrote in part. “This is the worst thing I’ve gone through in my entire life.”

Less than a week later, Plevell lay in wait with a deer rifle equipped with a scope and fired a single shot at Hildreth from 50 to 60 feet away, ending her life.

“She was ready to take back her spirit,” Assistant St. Louis County Attorney Michelle Anderson said. “Then, on Nov. 8, 2015, the defendant silenced her forever.”

Hildreth’s victim impact statement was read in court by her sister on Monday. Hildreth’s two daughters, mother and boyfriend also addressed St. Louis County District Judge Gary Pagliaccetti during an emotional, hourlong hearing in Virginia.

In accordance with a plea agreement, Plevell was sentenced to 35 years in prison on an intentional second-degree murder conviction.

Plevell, 52, of Aurora, accepted the above-guideline term last month, admitting that he fatally shot Hildreth, a 49-year-old Babbitt native, when he became jealous after seeing her in the bar with her new boyfriend.

“Bang! That’s the last thing my mother heard before she passed away because you decided to pull the trigger,” Jessica Harris-Bennett, 30, told Plevell at the sentencing hearing. “You hurt so many people through your selfish actions.”

Sobs emitted from the crowded courtroom throughout the hearing as friends and family members approached the podium one by one to speak about the loss of their loved one.

“My mother was a bright person,” recalled daughter Kaylee Hildreth, 25. “She could light up a room just by walking into it.”

Hildreth worked for much of her life in the nursing and personal care attendant fields, said her mother, Janice Harris. She was widowed by age 40 and moved to South Carolina to be closer to her daughter Jessica.


He gets 35 years for killing ex-girlfriend with deer rifle outside Iron Range bar

VIRGINIA, Minn. — Just six days before she was gunned down outside an Aurora bar in November 2015, Julie Ann Hildreth submitted a victim impact statement in a domestic abuse case against the man who would soon kill her.

In that case, John Joseph Plevell was being sentenced for disorderly conduct after authorities said he struck Hildreth with a telephone and a full beer can.

“I don’t want him to do this to another female,” Hildreth wrote in part. “This is the worst thing I’ve gone through in my entire life.”

Less than a week later, Plevell lay in wait with a deer rifle equipped with a scope and fired a single shot at Hildreth from 50 to 60 feet away, ending her life.

“She was ready to take back her spirit,” Assistant St. Louis County Attorney Michelle Anderson said. “Then, on Nov. 8, 2015, the defendant silenced her forever.”

Hildreth’s victim impact statement was read in court by her sister on Monday. Hildreth’s two daughters, mother and boyfriend also addressed St. Louis County District Judge Gary Pagliaccetti during an emotional, hourlong hearing in Virginia.

In accordance with a plea agreement, Plevell was sentenced to 35 years in prison on an intentional second-degree murder conviction.

Plevell, 52, of Aurora, accepted the above-guideline term last month, admitting that he fatally shot Hildreth, a 49-year-old Babbitt native, when he became jealous after seeing her in the bar with her new boyfriend.

“Bang! That’s the last thing my mother heard before she passed away because you decided to pull the trigger,” Jessica Harris-Bennett, 30, told Plevell at the sentencing hearing. “You hurt so many people through your selfish actions.”

Sobs emitted from the crowded courtroom throughout the hearing as friends and family members approached the podium one by one to speak about the loss of their loved one.

“My mother was a bright person,” recalled daughter Kaylee Hildreth, 25. “She could light up a room just by walking into it.”

Hildreth worked for much of her life in the nursing and personal care attendant fields, said her mother, Janice Harris. She was widowed by age 40 and moved to South Carolina to be closer to her daughter Jessica.



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