A NSW man who allegedly drove through the crime scene of a fatal accident and told police to "just drag the dead body off and open the road" has been fined more than $1300.
A 42-year-old man was killed when his motorbike collided with a car on Monday morning south of Casino, in the state's northern rivers region.
Police and the local council set up roadblocks to preserve the crime scene as they investigated the lead-up to the crash.
About three hours after the incident, an 80-year-old man grew impatient when he was advised he couldn't drive through, NSW Police said in a Facebook post on Wednesday.
He allegedly said "that's f***ing bullshit I am headed to Grafton" and proceeded on the wrong side of the road past barricades.
At a second roadblock the motorist swore at council staff and at a third roadblock, which was manned by police, he was told about the nature of the crime scene.
"You should just drag the dead body off and open the road again," he allegedly replied.
Police said the man was issued with three infringement notices, a $1320 fine and 12 demerit points.