Police are continuing to crack down on offenders who flaunt coronavirus restrictions around Australia.
Victoria Police issued a total of 65 fines on Saturday, including to a group of six people gathered at a private residence.
Among the accused violators is also a man, 18, who officers say breached social distancing rules five times within 10 days.
The Sunbury teenager faced court on Sunday charged with one count of reckless conduct endangering life and five counts of persistent contravention of stage three COVID-19.
Victorians face a fine of $1652 if they leave home for non-essential reasons.
NSW police were also kept busy on Saturday, issuing 45 infringement notices, including one to a driver who claimed being behind thee wheel was his exercise.
Just after midnight, the 43-year-old Fairfield man was pulled over with a passenger in Potts Point while driving a McLaren. He claimed he was driving to Woolloomooloo to buy petrol.
Police issued him with a warning and the driver then changed his story to claim driving was a form of exercise.
The man and his 60-year-old passenger were each issued a $1000 fine, and the driver reportedly told police “Do what you want mate, I don't care. This $1000 fine won’t hurt with my $15 million.”
Non-essential travel is currently banned across Australia with work, medical, health and groceries among the only reasons residents can travel.
NSW police also issued four infringement notices to four men who were found congregating in a small room at a home in Auburn.
One man was found hiding behind a door and only one of the men was found to live in the home.
Under current restrictions, no more than two people who don’t live together are permitted to gather in the same location.
Meanwhile, QLD police issued 70 breaches of restrictions and turned around 11 cars at state boarders.
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