A man has been found guilty of stabbing another man to death in a Sydney hair salon last year.
Fredon Laith Botrus, who was 18 at the time, stormed into the Classico Hair Studio at Bossley Park and stabbed his 20-year-old victim in the chest while he was getting his hair cut.
Alfredo Isho stumbled out on to the street with a serious neck wound before being taken to Liverpool Hospital.
The jury took less than a day to find Botrus guilty, following a two-and-a-half week trial.
CCTV played to the court showed a helmeted rider doing laps of the street before the incident.
The court heard Botrus drove his bike to the back door of the hair salon, walked in and stabbed Mr Isho in the neck.
There was no motive for the attack put forward during Botrus’ trial.
The jury was told only that he had received a message which said “there’s a dog at the hairdresser” before he went there that day.
Mr Isho’s blood was found on the jumper Botrus was arrested in.
Police also found the dismantled bike in his garage and CCTV of a man leaving the home with a bag of what the Crown alleged were parts from the bike.