He was bitten on the shin by a police dog and had to go to the Maning Base Hospital at Taree for stitches.
Photos show Naden as a folorn figure, as was Jimmy Governor when he was placed on a steamer at Taree bound for Sydney for his incarceration, trial and hanging 112 years ago.
Both had their legs shackled in irons.
See TCN-9 NEWS report NADEN HAD MCDONALDS FOR BREAKFAST
A later news report on TEN said the police search for Naden had been costing the Australian taxpayer $330,000 a day, and that the all up figure was $10 million!
The pursuit of Jimmy Governor over the much shorter three month period also cost the taxpayer a huge amount of money.
Naden is being transferred to Goulburn gaol where, coincidentally, Jimmy's youngest brother, Roy Governor, was incarcerated early last century.