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A man has been issued a COVID fine after being told by police not to skateboard in Melbourne’s north - before being caught doing just that an hour later.
In the past 24 hours, Victoria Police issued 180 fines for breaches of Stage 4 directions, including 17 for failure to wear a mask and 53 for curfew breaches.
In one instance, a man was seen at a skate park in Moreland with a friend, more than 5km from his home.
They were both asked to leave and given a warning by officers.
But one hour later, police saw them back at the skate park and they were each fined $1652 - meaning more than $250,000 worth of penalties were issued over a 24 hour period.
A man was also arrested at Epping Railway Station after telling police he had travelled there to exercise. Credit: Google MapsA man was also arrested at Epping Railway Station after telling police he had travelled there to exercise, but failed to provide his name and address.
He later gave the information and it was revealed he had travelled nearly 12km to ‘exercise’.
This article first appeared on 7news.com.au
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