The man who rammed the Bourke Street terrorist with a shopping trolley has briefly appeared in a Melbourne court.
Michael Rogers, 46, faced Melbourne Magistrates Court on Monday via video link, with his case adjourned until January 31.
A day after his last appearance on November 27, Rogers allegedly stole an Apple laptop, Bose headphones, a USB charging hub, Herschel backpack, sneakers and a baseball cap.
He is also accused of breaking into a CBD cafe and stealing $500, a day before the terror attack that gained him public attention.
Rogers earned the nickname "Trolleyman" after his efforts on November 9 when IS-inspired Hassan Khalif Shire Ali killed Melbourne restaurant icon Sisto Malaspina and injured two others before being fatally shot by police.
An online fundraising campaign for Rogers raised more than $155,000.