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Top Commonwealth Bank lawyer sobs into his hands as he is refused bail after allegedly lighting fireworks in the middle of NSW bushfire crisis Commonwealth Bank lawyer Christopher Sun refused bail for lighting fireworks Sun, 34, pleaded guilty on Tuesday to handling explosives without a license  Court heard Sun lit fireworks in a Sydney park during a total fire ban  When grass was ignited witnesses claim Sun ran away from the scene 

By Adam Mccleery For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 22:50 GMT, 2 December 2019 | Updated: 23:24 GMT, 2 December 2019

A top corporate lawyer wept into his hands when his bail was refused for lighting fireworks amid a bushfire crisis.

Commonwealth Bank lawyer Christopher Sun, 34, was refused bail on Tuesday in the Newtown Local Court after pleading guilty to handling explosives without a licence.

Sun was arrested after two residents in St Peters allegedly saw him lighting fireworks at Sydney Park on November 14, before he threw them over a fence into dry grass. 

'Top-tier' Commonwealth Bank lawyer Christopher Sun, 24, wept into his hands as he was refused bail for illegally lighting fireworks in a park as Australia was in the grip of a bushfire crisis (stock photo)

'Top-tier' Commonwealth Bank lawyer Christopher Sun, 24, wept into his hands as he was refused bail for illegally lighting fireworks in a park as Australia was in the grip of a bushfire

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