UK man arrested after jet skiing in the Irish Sea to meet his girlfriend


A man in the United Kingdom was arrested earlier this week when he went on a jet ski from Scotland to the Isle of Man to meet his girlfriend.

The BBC reported that Dale McLaughlan, 28, of Irvine, Scotland, was sentenced to four weeks in prison on Monday for violating the Coronovirus laws of the Isle of Man.

According to the Isle of Man website, the island has been closed to non-residents since March with only a few exceptions. The BBC reported that violations could result in up to three months in jail or a maximum fine of £ 10,000 (about $ 13,500).

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Isle of Man Chief Minister Howard Quayle told the broadcaster that he was “amazed” by McLaghan’s visit.

A man took a jet ski across the Irish Sea to meet his girlfriend on the Isle of Man last week. (IStock)

According to the BBC, McLaughn did not run a jet ski before crossing a Irish C he bought last week, Ramsay on the Isle of Man from the Isle of Whitbourne, Scotland.

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He reportedly believed that the trip was only going to take him 40 minutes, but some bad weather extended the trip to four and a half hours, according to The New York Times.

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Once McLaughn arrived on the Isle of Man, he still had another 15 minutes to walk, according to the Times.

The Isle of Man closed its borders in March due to COVID-19.  Even though the island has only four active cases and originally returned to normal, its boundaries are closed.  (IStock)

The Isle of Man closed its borders in March due to COVID-19. Even though the island has only four active cases and originally returned to normal, its boundaries are closed. (IStock)

Although the two were able to spend time together over the weekend, McLaghan was arrested on Monday.

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According to the Times, Kwale said, “This person knew about the law and when they chose to break it, they chose to break it.

“Isle of Man, we’re all for simplicity,” Quelle said. “But unfortunately, it was an incredibly reckless, dangerous effort, which could have ended the time of year very differently.”

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According to the Isle of Man website, there are only four active coronavirus cases on the island.

The BBC reported that the majority of life has become normal for residents, with the exception of the closure of the border, which has been in place since March.

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