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Crime For all its hustle and bustle, Keira Street has always had a darker side. The killing took place in the building the eatery shares, in the shop where Grosvenor Engineering Group is now located. In a macabre series of events, the live-in manager of the gambling lounge - which was a front for a brothel - was stuffed into the ceiling of the Keira Street building after he was bashed with a claw hammer and shot in the head.
A newspaper clipping from , when Anthony Malouf was charged with "knowingly earning a living from the earnings of prostitution of another person". The two men then wrapped the bloodied body in bedclothes and shoved it in the roof, but the summer heat meant it quickly began decompose.
The blood dripped from the ceiling and the prostitutes reportedly tried to cover the smell with perfume, but McHannigan eventually had to remove the body.
After failing to find someone willing to burn the body in a furnace, McHannigan and another man, Ian Williamson, drove the body south and buried it in dense bushland. Police exhumed the body from Bendalong several months later. McHannigan was sent to jail for life, while Soffe and Williamson were found guilty of being accessories after the fact of murder.
It gained its grisly nickname in , because Mount Pleasant teenager Kim Barry met Graham Gene Potter there during a night out at the disco.