Police still seeing 'appalling behaviour', person fined over Big Mac trip

| 01.08,20. 12:03 PM |

Police still seeing 'appalling behaviour', person fined over Big Mac trip


Police Minister Lisa Neville says police are "still continuing to see appalling behaviour" when it comes to compliance with coronavirus restrictions.

"(I) want to say the overwhelming majority of Victorians every day I doing the right thing," she said.

But she said Victorians are "fed up".

"I know Victorians themselves are fed up with and we see that every day, people making comments about that stop I am fed up with it, Victoria Police are fed up with it," Ms Neville said.

"Can I be really clear, just in case there is any doubt at all, that there is absolutely no reason or need to drive from Melbourne to Wodonga to have a Big Mac. That is one of the fines that was issued yesterday.

"There is absolutely no reason or need to drive from Melbourne to Ballarat fresh air."

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