Two nudists on a beach in the Sydney area Australia, Drove a deer and got lost in the bush – they were rescued by police and fined on Sunday (27) for violating lockdown rules in the area.
The incident went viral on social media across the country.
“They were scared of a deer, ran into a national park and got lost,” New South Wales State Police Chief Mick Fuller told a news conference Sunday.
“It simply came to our notice then [dos serviços de emergência] They were punished by the police for rescuing them, “Fuller said.
Due to the Delta variant initially identified in India, the Sydney regions again imposed restrictions on movement.
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The state of Victoria in Australia did not report any cases of Kovid through a local broadcast this Friday.
The police chief said it was difficult to legislate against widows.
Police said in a statement that people had sought help after slipping from a bush around a remote beach in the 15,000-hectare Royal National Park south of Sydney.
Rescuers found a naked 30-year-old man with a backpack on his back who was using a helicopter. Police said the 49-year-old was partially clothed.
The government did not say anything at a press conference given by the police chief on Monday (28), but some lawmakers took part in the discussions on social media.
Deer are not native to Australia, but a century ago some animals were imported from other countries, and today about two thousand of them live in Sydney’s South Park.