A FATHER was left with horrific facial injuries after his evil son beat him to a pulp during a brutal two-hour burglary with his pals.
Jamie John Hewitt, from Queensland, Australia, was allegedly cable-tied and attacked by his son and two others on the night of August 4.
The alleged incident took place in Mr Hewitt’s home in Queensland, Australia.
Police allege the assault lasted two hours before the trio ransacked Mr Hewitt’s home and fled in his car.
The 51-year-old now requires facial reconstruction surgery on both cheeks following the alleged attack.
Mr Hewitt told police that the men made off with “everything they could” including his utility truck which had been fitted with expensive custom wheels.
He continued: “I was at home about 11 o'clock and these three lads turned up and started talking to me… I'm pretty devastated about it.
"They came in and they cable-tied me, bashed me and ransacked the house.
Mr Hewitt’s truck was found by police a short time later but the custom wheels, estimated to be worth £329 each, haven’t been recovered.
Zachariah appeared before the Gladstone Magistrates Court earlier today.
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The 30-year-old was charged with deprivation of liberty, grievous bodily harm, armed robbery, unlawful use of a motor vehicle, enter dwelling with intent, and enter dwelling to commit an indictable offence.
He appeared before the Gladstone Magistrates Court earlier today.
Two men, 25 and 22, were also charged over the alleged incident.