The off-duty bouncer charged with the brutal assault of a man outside the Roebuck Bay Hotel appeared in Broome Magistrates Court on Monday, but in a shock twist his alleged victim also videoed in from jail over unrelated stealing and trespassing charges. The 21-year-old from the northern Perth suburb of Darch was employed at the time by the Roebuck Bay Hotel as a crowd controller when he allegedly bashed 40-year-old Broome man Shannon Arrow to the ground just before midday on March 16. It is understood Mr Arrow needed stitches to his face as a result of the incident. Mr Te Tana’s matter was adjourned for five weeks for further legal advice and he is due to appear in Broome Magistrates Court on June 26 via audio link. A few hours before Mr Te Tana appeared, Mr Arrow appeared via video link on charges of stealing, trespassing and disorderly behaviour. The court heard a few weeks after the Roebuck Bay Hotel incident, he became angry and disorderly at Kimberley Mental Health and Drug Services when struggling to get into a locked waiting room. Arrow then stole a chainsaw from a nearby property, citing he wanted to cut down a tree in front of the mental health clinic. Arrow’s defence lawyer said he had been experiencing a severe mental health episode, suffering PTSD from his second serious assault in March. He had been in custody since April 9, and was sentenced on Monday to 70 hours of community work.