Melbourne, Australia (CNN) – Australia’s Minister of Immigration, Citizenship and Multicultural Affairs has threatened to revoke the visa of any visitor designed to stop the spread of Kovid-19 in the country, as hundreds of people in Sydney’s Bronce Beach on Christmas Day Had joined the party.
Local journalist Peter Hannam, who left the event at 5 pm, said that many people in attendance were speaking loudly in British accent.
“These are the same people who gather every summer at Bondi Beach or Bronte or elsewhere because they want to show their Northern Hemisphere friends that it’s Christmas and we’re in summer,” he said.
Officers were eventually forced to disband the incident, with the state’s riot police deployed to assist in removing the mob.
Police said a person, a 25-year-old man, was issued a court appearance notice for failing to follow the move “on appearance”. “The remaining people in the crowd complained and left the area,” police said in a statement.
In an interview with Australia Broadcasting Corporation on 29 December, he said, “Visitors in Australia should be very clear that if they violate public health orders, they threaten the health and safety of Australians and the federal The government will pay attention to their visas. “