A Sydney security guard who turned up for work at a quarantine hotel while he was supposed to be isolating at home is among 14 people fined for breaching NSW public health orders over the weekend.
The 26-year-old man had turned up to work at a hotel on Sussex Street in Sydney last Monday, a day before his self-isolation period was due to end, but was sent home by his supervisor.
The Lidcombe security guard was fined $1000 on Friday, after police received a tip off that he had breached his quarantine orders.
Meanwhile, a disgruntled A-League fan who was removed from the grand final match on Sunday has also been charged, after allegedly spitting at police.
Police were called to help security remove the man from the stadium, and once outside they say he became argumentative.
He was issued with move-on direction, but police say as the 24-year-old began to walk away, he spat at the officers.
The Bronte man has been banned from the stadium, and will face court on Wednesday charged with common assault, not complying with a COVID-19 order by spitting, and assaulting police.
Another person was charged and another 13 were fined in five other COVID-19 breaches across NSW over the weekend.