Man who defaced Eurydice Dixon memorial handed community corrections order
An anti-feminist comedian who defaced the memorial for Eurydice Dixon has been handed a community corrections order.
Andrew Nolch, 29, pleaded guilty to one count of criminal damage after painting a lewd image at Princes Park in June.
He said her death had been turned into a “man-hating” event.
Nolch must serve 200 hours of community service and ordered to attend a men’s behaviour program.
He was also fined $19,500.