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New South Wales police have fined two men for breaching coronavirus restrictions after they were startled by a deer while sunbathing naked on a beach south of Sydney and ran into the bush, becoming lost and needing to be rescued. It is unclear how the deer startled the men, and what made them dash into the bush to escape it. The men told officers they had been on a nearby beach when they ran into bushland after being startled by a deer.
The men were taken to St George police station and issued the fines for the breach of public health orders that prohibit residents of greater Sydney from travelling outside the city. Let those among us who have NOT been startled by a deer while sunbaking naked and then run into a forest before getting lost requiring police to render assistance cast the first stone.
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