4 ‘ghost searching’ individuals in Swansea fined for breaking coronavirus guidelines
4 individuals who instructed police they traveled to Swansea on a “ghost hunt” have been fined for coronavirus violations.
South Wales Police mentioned they stopped a automotive in Mumbles within the early hours of Friday (March 5).
A social media publish mentioned occupants of the automotive instructed police that they had come to the city on a ghost hunt and “see castles.”
They’d traveled 50 miles from Cwmbran.
Stage 4 restrictions in Wales which have been in place since December 20 state that solely important journey is allowed and all train should begin and finish from house.
The social media publish added that the 4 had imposed mounted penalties for Covid violations.
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The motive force additionally had no insurance coverage and solely had a provisional license.
The officers added: “Automobile seized and lengthy stroll again!”
Despite the fact that the present measures have been in place for greater than two months, the Police Drive in Wales continues to course of and impose fines for numerous offenses.
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