A man who tackled a teenage boy at a Melbourne speaking event is wanted by police here on the Central Coast.
Far-right activist Neil Erickson was one of four men who held down the so-called Egg Boy, after the 17-year-old cracked a raw egg on controversial, Senator Fraser Anning’s head, following victim-blaming comments he made about the Christchurch terror attack.
Central Coast Police have confirmed they have a warrant out for Ericksons arrest, after he allegedly invaded Gosford Anglican Church last year, armed with toy whips and swords.
A small group of white nationalist allegedly stormed the church early last year dressed in costumes and holding fake weapons while yelling at the small congregation through a megaphone.
Erickson initially faced a magistrate and was due back but missed his court date.
The church is known across the country for its inclusive messaging and pro-diversity signs.
Father Rod Bower previously urged anyone who might see Erickson north of the Victorian border to call police.
The notorious far-right agitator also posted a disturbing video online following New Zealand's most deadly massacre in recent memory and called the atrocity karma.
Neil Erickson is the man pictured on the left of the two images.