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A New Zealand man who spat on the wheel of a Australian Air Force aircraft while spray painting his 'tag' on it has been arrested almost three years later, after DNA tests linked him to the crime.

The 35-year-old was arrested in relation to a domestic violence incident on Christmas Day last year.

DNA tests lead him to be linked to a string of offences including the burglary of a West Harbour premises in 2008.

The alleged vandal supposedly spat on the wheel cover of a RAAF G17 Globemaster aircraft while he was vandalising it.
He will appear in court today charged with burglary and intentional damage.

What did your mother tell you? Spitting is dirty and you shouldn't do it! In fairness she probably also said that burglary, domestic violence and vandalism were wrong too.

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