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A TRADIE working on Sydney’s controversial light rail project was captured on film joking and tossing around human bones in a sickening and disrespectful act.
The vision, obtained by Seven News, shows a supervisor employed by beleaguered contractor Acciona retrieving human remains during digging in the CBD.
The bones appear to be well-preserved major limbs, found underground outside Central Station.
After the footage was broadcast on Friday night, members of the public as well as heritage preservation experts expressed concern at the way the remains were handled.
This article first appeared on www.news.com.au
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