Space to play or pause, M to mute, left and right arrows to seek, up and down arrows for volume.WatchDuration: 1 minute 45 seconds1m 45s Shane Patton says the breaches of stay at home orders are 'ridiculous'.ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelVictoria Police Chief Commissioner Shane Patton says he is disappointed in the "ridiculous" behaviour of some people who are defying stage three coronavirus restrictions.Key points:Police issued 60 fines for breaches of the Chief Health Officer's directives in the 24 hours to 2:00pmThey included 16 fines to people gathered at a birthday party in Dandenong, and four people gathered in a home being used for sex workChief Commissioner Shane Patton has again warned that police will be less lenient than last time when it comes to issuing finesThe state has recorded another 288 cases of coronavirus in the last 24 hours, the largest daily increase in cases in Australia since the pandemic began.Among those flouting the rules, which came into effect at 11:59pm on Wednesday, were 16 people found hiding out the back of a house in Dandenong while attending a birthday party.Police were tipped off about the party after paramedics spotted two people at KFC in Dandenong ordering food for 20 people at 1:30am on Friday. "They spoke to the people at KFC and subsequently, there was a report made to us," Chief Commissioner Patton said."We got the registration number of the car and we followed through and went to that address in Dandenong."Police found two people asleep in the house and 16 others hiding out the back."That is ridiculous, that type of behaviour," Chief Commissioner Patton said.All 16 people were fined by police. "That is $26,000 that birthday party is costing them. Police have issued 12 fines to people stopped at vehicle checkpoints.(ABC News: Daniel Fermer)"That is a heck of a birthday party to recall. They will remember that one for a long time."Victorian police have issued 60 fines since the restrictions came into force, including 12 issued to people questioned at vehicle checkpoints across the state.Coronavirus live news: Follow all the latest information in our blog.The Victoria Police Sex Industry Coordination Unit issued fines to four people found in an apartment in Glen Waverley.Police found out the property was being used to "facilitate sex work".A couple from Docklands who tried to visit their holiday house on Phillip Island at 1:30am on Friday were also fined.They were turned away at one vehicle checkpoint and given a warning, and then stopped at another checkpoint after trying a different route. The driver was issued with a fine, and police are planning to fine the passenger.Read more about coronavirus:These countries had widespread community transmission before a lockdownWe asked scientists what to do about the Victorian border. They had a surprising answer Police have already responded to breaches of the Stay At Home Order that came into force two days ago.?(ABC News: Andrew Altree-Williams)Other fines were issued to:Ten people in an apartment in La Trobe Street, Docklands. Five of those people were also arrested in relation to criminal damage, assault and breach of bail offencesSeven people caught in an apartment in a building on Sutherland Street, Melbourne who were drinking together. Five fines were issued and a further two are expected to be issued at a later dateEarlier in the week, Chief Commissioner Patton had warned that police would be less lenient than last time when it came to issuing fines."I expect to see those infringements numbers rise from those parties and things like that," he said today."It is finished. The time for that (parties) is done, and we will continue to issue the infringements to make people comply."He said automatic numberplate recognition would be used to catch people trying to escape metropolitan Melbourne. Premier Daniel Andrews warned that Melbourne could be in lockdown "for much longer than" six weeks if people continued to break the rules.But he said if "every single Victorian" played their part, then the spread of the virus could be stopped.What you need to know about coronavirus:The symptomsThe number of cases in AustraliaGlobal cases, deaths and testing rates
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