Investment banker hands himself in after killing outside McDonald's


'The victim had been thrown to the ground......before being kicked in the head'.

ABC News reports that a man accused of murdering a university student outside a Melbourne fast food restaurant voluntarily went to police to give his version of events, a court has heard.

Kyle Zandipour, a 27-year-old investment banker said to work for ANZ, made a brief appearance at the Melbourne Magistrates Court on Sunday, charged with the murder of Joshua Hardy, 21, of Darwin.

Police said on Saturday the victim had been thrown to the ground outside a McDonald's restaurant on St Kilda Road, before being kicked in the head.

Hardy died from his injuries at the Alfred Hospital a short time later.

Zandipour has been remanded in custody until Friday, meaning he will spend his 28th birthday on Thursday behind bars.

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Man charged with murder over attack outside Melbourne fast food restaurant remanded in custody

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