Crime in Australia
Charlise's body was found in a barrel on the banks of the Colo River north-west of the city on Tuesday
A radio host has been heavily criticised after hosting an on-air prize giveaway about alleged murder victim Charlise Mutten.
The segment came just two days after Charlise's body was found in a barrel on the banks of the Colo River north-west of the city. Her stepfather Justin Stein, 31, has been charged with her murder.
Paul on Wednesday said Charlise's death shouldn't be used as 'political fodder' against Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
The DJ began the competition by saying the schoolgirl was a 'beautiful young girl who was allegedly tragically murdered'.
'Give us a call if you happen to have the answer to that question… if you get it correct you get the goodies,' he said.
'Can't remember the name, do you want to have a guess, time's ticking,' Paul told one listener who struggled to remember where the little girl went to school.