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Man Interrupts NSW Police Press Conference To Yell 'I Am The Prime Creator Of This Earth'

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Man Interrupts NSW Police Press Conference To Yell 'I Am The Prime Creator Of This Earth'

A man has bizarrely interrupted the New South Wales Police Commissioner's press conference to declare he is the 'prime creator of this earth'.

The long-haired man with a black blazer rocked up to the Sydney event to ask whether Commissioner Mick Fuller had received his cease and desist letter.

The Commissioner looked truly baffled about what he was talking about and then the protestor walked close to him and presented him with pieces of paper.

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Commissioner Fuller told him not to come any closer and security pounced on the bloke to lead him away.

As he was being escorted from the premises, the man yelled: "I am the private creator of this earth." Truly bizarre.

But that wasn't the only strange thing to happen during the press conference. While explaining how there have been 18 new cases of coronavirus in New South Wales, police were warning residents to abide by the stay-at-home orders that were issued over the weekend.

He stressed that people should only be leaving their home for something necessary and brought up a case that happened on a beach that is hard to grasp.

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"Unbelievably, we saw two men sunbaking naked on a beach on the South Coast," he told reporters.

"They were startled by a deer, ran into the national forest, national park, and got lost. Not only did they require assistance from SES and police to rescue them, they also both received a ticket for $1,000.

"Now, it's only a small percentage of the New South Wales people that are not following the health guidelines, but I can assure you, if you breach the health orders or the guidelines, you will be punished."

Excuse me?

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Sadly they didn't go into detail about the multiple layers of that story, but they wanted to highlight just how people are breaking the rules when they shouldn't be.

Commissioner Fuller said that instance should act as a reason why people should just stay at home.

"It's difficult to legislate against idiots," he said. "But clearly putting people at risk by leaving home without a proper reason, and I think then not only on top of that but then getting lost in the national park and diverting important resources away from the health operation, I think they should be embarrassed.

"But, again, they both received a $1,000 fine."

Featured Image Credit: ABC

Topics: Australia

Stewart Perrie
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