An accused drug cook has been extradited to the NSW South Coast to face charges for a meth lab allegedly discovered in his bedroom.
Andrew Seefeldt, 23, from Eden, is wanted in his home state over the manufacture and supply of "ice" and possession of explosives.
Magistrate Bernadette Boss on Friday handed Seefeldt over to NSW police and ordered he be taken to Queanbeyan Local Court for a bail hearing.
The court heard police raided Seefeldt's Eden home in October last year and seized equipment and chemicals believed to be used in the manufacture of illicit drugs.
Police allege the defendant used the equipment to manufacture about 28 grams of methylamphetamine, with a purity of about 65 per cent, which was discovered in the home.
Officers also allegedly found a quantity of fireworks.
A NSW officer told the Canberra court on Friday that images of Seefeldt posing beside the makeshift laboratory were found by police.
The informant said the defendant had broken bail conditions to report to police and appear before court in NSW.
NSW police did not know his whereabouts until ACT Policing discovered he had been in the capital.
The officer said police feared he was a flight risk as he had boasted on social media that he would avoid apprehension.
The court heard Seefeldt had recently been assessed at an ACT mental health facility as suffering from paranoid schizophrenia and placed on a treatment order.
Defence lawyer Helen Hayunga opposed the extradition, arguing her client was not a flight risk.
Magistrate Boss granted the extradition request.
Seefeldt faced Queanbeyan Local Court on Friday afternoon, where he was bail refused to appear before a South Coast court at a later date.