Justin Hemmes rides his bike past the Supreme Court during the trial of Chris Dawson

Justin Hemmes wears a pink t-shirt and white skinny jeans as he rides his bike past the Supreme Court to watch the crowd at Chris Dawson’s trial

Justin Hemmes was enjoying a leisurely bike ride through Sydney’s CBD on Tuesday when he chanced upon a media circus.

The billionaire pub baron, 50, cycled past the Supreme Court where the widely publicized trial of Chris Dawson was taking place.

He stopped his bike and curiously inspected the dramatic scenes ahead, seeming puzzled by the kerfuffle.

Justin Hemmes (pictured) was enjoying a leisurely bike ride through Sydney's CBD on Tuesday when he chanced upon a media circus

Justin Hemmes (pictured) was enjoying a leisurely bike ride through Sydney’s CBD on Tuesday when he chanced upon a media circus

Justin wore a candy pink t-shirt and white skinny jeans for his casual outing.

He added a pair of basic canvas trainers in a cream hue and carried a white crossbody saddle bag.

To be on the safe side, the innkeeper strapped on his head a black helmet that matched his bike.

The billionaire pub baron cycled past the Supreme Court, where Chris Dawson's highly publicized trial was taking place. A large crowd of media and onlookers had gathered in front of the Supreme Court to hear the verdict

The billionaire pub baron cycled past the Supreme Court, where Chris Dawson’s highly publicized trial was taking place. A large crowd of media and onlookers had gathered in front of the Supreme Court to hear the verdict

Justin stopped his bike and curiously inspected the dramatic scenes ahead, seeming confused by the kerfuffle

Justin stopped his bike and curiously inspected the dramatic scenes ahead, seeming confused by the kerfuffle

A large crowd of media and onlookers had gathered outside the Supreme Court to deliver judgment in the Chris Dawson trial.

Teacher and football star Dawson was finally found guilty of the murder of his first wife, Lynette Dawson, 40 years ago – all so he could continue his sordid affair with his teenage babysitter, named “JC”.

On a dramatic day before the NSW Supreme Court on Tuesday, 74-year-old Dawson was found guilty by Judge Ian Harrison just after 3pm – ending a mystery that has haunted Lynette’s family and Sydney’s northern beaches for four decades.

Justin wore a candy pink shirt and white skinny jeans for his casual outing

Justin wore a candy pink shirt and white skinny jeans for his casual outing

He added a pair of simple canvas trainers in a cream hue and carried a white crossbody saddle bag and stayed safe in a black helmet

He added a pair of simple canvas trainers in a cream hue and carried a white crossbody saddle bag and stayed safe in a black helmet

The moment the verdict was announced, there were pauses in the courtroom – after the judge read out his reasons for about 4.5 hours – with Dawson shaking his head slightly and his twin brother Paul muttering “bulls**t”.

Two prison officers entered the room and handcuffed him. Dawson appeared to be limping as he was led away to be taken into custody. He will be locked up in prison while awaiting sentencing.

With so many media and supporters attending the court verdict, a second courtroom was opened to accommodate the crowd.

Teacher and soccer star Dawson (pictured) was finally found guilty of the murder of his first wife Lynette Dawson 40 years ago - all so he could continue his sordid affair with his teenage babysitter named'JC'.

Teacher and soccer star Dawson (pictured) was finally found guilty of the murder of his first wife Lynette Dawson 40 years ago – all so he could continue his sordid affair with his teenage babysitter named ‘JC’.

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