Brett Henson: Man who allegedly stole a taxi from Sydney's CBD is revealed to ... trends now

Brett Henson: Man who allegedly stole a taxi from Sydney's CBD is revealed to ... trends now
Brett Henson: Man who allegedly stole a taxi from Sydney's CBD is revealed to ... trends now

Brett Henson: Man who allegedly stole a taxi from Sydney's CBD is revealed to ... trends now

A man charged with stealing a taxi while drunk after a viral police appeal has been unmasked as a high-flying real estate executive and 'family man' who lives in a multi-million dollar eastern Sydney home. 

Brett Henson, 42, is accused of threatening a 54-year-old cab driver in the city's CBD at about 9pm on Friday, November 4, before taking off with his car. 

The taxi was then allegedly dumped about 5km east in Woollahra, where it was later found with 'significant damage'.   

Henson was arrested and charged six days later after CCTV footage of the alleged theft was shared across police social media channels. 

Daily Mail Australia can reveal Henson is a Senior Capital Transactions Manager for property developing giant Mirvac and owns a $3.3million house in Bronte. 

Brett Henson, 42, is pictured at Waverley Police Station, in Sydney's eastern suburbs, on Wednesday

Brett Henson, 42, is pictured at Waverley Police Station, in Sydney's eastern suburbs, on Wednesday

Henson, who allegedly stole a taxi under the influence of alcohol, held a piece of paper up to conceal his face as he left the police station

Henson, who allegedly stole a taxi under the influence of alcohol, held a piece of paper up to conceal his face as he left the police station 

Henson looked at his dog affectionately as the pooch was picked up by a pet day care provider on Wednesday morning

Henson looked at his dog affectionately as the pooch was picked up by a pet day care provider on Wednesday morning 

Henson was this week spotted walking to Waverley Police Station for his weekly report in - a requirement of his bail conditions.  

Henson - who was dressed casually in shorts, a Nike t-shirt and sneakers - appeared downcast and refused to answer questions over the alleged offences.  

He was accompanied by a suited man clutching a brief case who would not confirm whether or not he was the executive's lawyer.  

Speaking on Henson's behalf, the suited man said he would not be commenting on the charges. 

Earlier that morning, Henson was seen chatting to a pet day-care provider outside

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