‘Billionaire’ tradie case adjourned

TEWANTIN'S "billionaire tradie" has had his court matter adjourned.

Sunshine Coast man Phillip Johnathan Harrison is facing charges of possessing dangerous drugs, possessing tainted property and joyriding.

His matter was briefly mentioned in Brisbane Magistrates Court on Monday.

Mr Harrison was arrested in March and using a smartphone app, showed the court he had about $596 million in his savings account.

Mr Harrison did not appear in court on Monday.

His case was adjourned to May 16 for a committal callover. 



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