A 40-minute journey throughout city to select up an inexpensive mattress become an costly train for man who was certainly one of 109 Victorians fined for breaching lockdown guidelines over the previous 24 hours.
The motive force was caught travelling from Ascot Vale to the outer Melbourne suburb of Keysborough about 45km away, instructed police he was on his approach to accumulate the mattress, which he discovered “low cost” on Fb.
Different fines dished out included a person and lady discovered at a pal’s vacation residence on the Mornington Peninsula the place they deliberate to remain the weekend.
Two ladies hanging out at Tarneit railway station with out a legitimate motive have been additionally penalised.
Twenty individuals have been caught failing to put on a masks, whereas 36 have been fined for breaking curfew.
Greater than 2000 autos have been checked and 2590 spot checks have been carried out on individuals at properties, companies and public locations statewide.
Police have carried out 419,772 spot checks since March 21.