PHOTO: Mr Pusey

A court on Friday heard that Mr Pusey complained about damage to his black Porsche 911 while filming the graphic scene after a truck ploughed into his vehicle and two police cars on the Eastern Freeway on Wednesday.

Police have told The Age that an ice pipe was found in the cabin of the truck involved in the crash. They said a second pipe was found during a search of the driver’s home on Wednesday.

Investigators were hopeful on Friday night of getting medical clearance to interview driver Mohinder Singh Bajwa, 47, who has been at Royal Melbourne Hospital under police guard since suffering a medical episode immediately after the collision.

Mr Pusey appeared dishevelled as he faced court charged with numerous offences, including driving at dangerous speed, reckless conduct endangering life and failing to render assistance.

The court heard that after the crash Mr Pusey walked up to Leading Senior Constable Lynette Taylor as she was pinned to the truck and was heard on body-cam footage saying: “There you go, amazing, absolutely amazing. All I wanted to do was go home and have some sushi and now you f—ed my f—ing car.”

Mr Pusey’s alleged actions were condemned on Friday afternoon by Police Association secretary Wayne Gatt. “This week four police heroes died and one coward lived,” he said.

On Friday night, Mr Pusey’s home was vandalised. The word ‘DIE’ was graffitied on the black garage door which was also kicked in.