A Melbourne man has been charged with the murder of another man at a Kealba petrol station in July.
Brooklyn man Nuri Balla, 30, is charged with one count of murder over the death of Hoppers Crossing man Aaron Sean Burnett.
Dressed in dark tracksuit pants, mauve-coloured thongs and a grey retro St Kilda Football Club hoodie covering his head, Balla faced an out-of-sessions hearing at West Melbourne Police Station on Wednesday night before Bail Justice King.
Balla sat with his hands down his pants as his legs swung back and forth throughout the brief hearing and yawned loudly as Detective Leading Senior Constable Joseph Strachan read the charges.
He was warned by Bail Justice King that his behaviour was "disrespectful" and "flippant".
Sen Const Strachan said Balla attacked Mr Burnett in the car park of a Kealba petrol station on July 3 before he was dumped at Werribee Mercy Hospital where he later died.
Balla was arrested on Wednesday afternoon and was charged after he was interviewed by homicide squad detectives where he "largely remained mute for the majority of the police interview".
The accused did not speak about the murder charge during the hearing but was concerned that the media would report his name and address.
When Bail Justice King asked if he had any plans for Thursday, Balla said he had planned to go and get some pizza as well as look after his ailing grandparents, who are both unwell with cancer.
He also complained that he hadn't eaten all day and was hungry - telling the bail justice that a "dry sandwich would do".
Balla was remanded in custody and is expected to appear in the Melbourne Magistrates Court on Thursday.