It's only by clicking that headline that we discover the following information:
Ah, so the perpetrator isn't so much a "Coast student" as a Turkish student.
A TURKISH university student will face a committal hearing on the Gold Coast next year for allegedly using the Internet to groom a 14-year-old child.
Yilmaz Dede, 23, of Surfers Paradise, is facing a Commonwealth charges of using a carriage service to procure and groom a person under 16.
He was arrested in July this year at the Nerang Railway Station by State detectives from Taskforce Argos.
His case was set down for a hearing in the Southport Magistrates Court from May 19.
Today Mr Dede's solicitor Matthew Gibson said he expected to make a application in the near future to have his client's confiscated laptop returned to him but a Commonwealth prosecutor said the future application would be opposed.
Obviously, the main concern is that the poor chap has had his laptop confiscated by the authorities; they'd best return it forthwith, how else will he target infidel children and women whilst he lives it up on the Australian taxpayer?
I mean, that's got to be a breach of his human rights or something, surely?
In any sane place he'd either be in prison or on the first plane back, not languishing on bail so he can continue to prey on the naive and the vulnerable.