Police have been forced to issue fines to people flouting coronavirus lockdown rules to visit sex workers and massage parlours.
The crackdown comes as 40 infringement notices were handed out to people breaching rules with police out in full force.
Cops in Victoria, Australia, revealed people were found hiding in cupboards during a house party, reports news.com.au.
One party alone was responsible for more than 30 infringements.
The incident occurred at a short-term rental when police were called to the premises on La Trobe Street, Docklands after reports of loud noise.
Initially, around 10 people were fined, but cops revisited the property and issued 24 more fines.
Another 40 were arrested as they attempted to attend massage parlours during the lockdown.
The Australian outlet also revealed in 24 hours, 63 people have been fined for breaching the Chief Health Officer’s guidelines.
This includes 21 issued at vehicle checkpoints, with two friends caught “playing Pokemon.”
One fine was also issued to a person refusing to leave a KFC restaurant after being asked to leave.
In the UK people are still banned from gathering in big groups or hugging people outside of the immediate household.
Outdoor gatherings should consist of no more than either six people or two households with proper social distancing maintained.
Indoor gatherings should only consist of two households, again, with proper social distancing maintained.
The only exception to this is if you are part of two households joined together in an exclusive “support bubble”.
People in England can still be fined up to £80 by British Transport Police if they don’t wear a mask on public transport.
The government has made it the law to wear a face-covering on all trains, buses, trams, ferries and aircraft in a bid to reduce the spread of Covid-19.
This has also been extended to wearing face coverings in shops from July 24, or risk a fine up to £100.