Covidiots have violated the corona virus lockout rules over the Easter weekend as police stop 19 men playing cricket in a park, jet skiers and cyclists and punks seen while filming in an empty Piccadilly Circus.
A couple of covidiots told the police that they were “bored” after being caught playing cricket during the coronavirus closure.
The stupid group of 19 men was found yesterday / Monday in a park in the park.
Local Paul Winstanley filmed the amateur cricketers.
Some men are clearly less than six feet apart on the ground.
Group exercise is also prohibited under Coronavirus guidelines.
Sports therapist Paul saw them in Preston and tweeted: ‘Seventeen people enjoy a game of cricket.
“How stupid can you be … idiots …”
Lancashire police officers arrived shortly afterwards, but the cricketers were not fined.
It said on Twitter: ‘Ourselves and colleagues at @LancsSpecials attended a report of several men playing cricket at Moor Park, Preston.
“Nineteen adult men who claimed to be” bored “were appropriately informed of social distance.”
A group of 19 men was by no means socially distant during their cricket match at a Preston park and noticed by sports therapist Paul
Hampshire Police also stopped covidiotic thrill-seekers caught breaking the barrier off Fishbourne – on jet skis.
Police departed on a boat to confront the pair after the duo were spotted ignoring the coronavirus warnings to enjoy the sun on Easter Sunday.
Mother of two Helen Hopper saw them off the coast of the Isle of Wight.
She shared the video on Twitter, saying, “Two gentlemen are getting their understanding corrected thanks to the guys in blue.
“Just at Fishbourne.”
The clip features a man saying, “They are in trouble now.”
Then she adds, “Oh dear.
“… Responsible activity amid a global pandemic.”
Julie Clarke said, “This country needs every penny to overcome this crisis.
Helen Hopper saw police confront two jet skiers off the Isle of Wight who ignored lockdown rules while enjoying the Easter sun
“Having to waste money trying to find these cretins is very sad.”
Chris Earley said on Twitter: “What a few clowns.”
Isle of Wight police posted on Facebook: “Helen Hopper caught our naval unit in action yesterday with some jet ski riders on the Solent.”
The Isle of Wight police have shared Helen’s message on Facebook: “Helen Hopper caught our naval unit in action yesterday with some jet ski riders on the Solent.”
Hampshire police said that officers encouraged individuals to return to the coast and reminded them of the government’s leadership.
It said, “They returned to shore, and as such there was no reason to take enforcement action.”
Meanwhile, a punk band was spotted in the deserted capital playing in an empty Piccadilly Circus.
A punk band was seen filming a rock music video in the middle of a deserted Piccadilly Square, but fled after being approached by a photographer
The three band members filmed a rock video and were spotted with a cameraman and a bottle of cider.
The band ignored the London lockdown rules, soaked up the sun and talked to their cameraman while filming.
Ironically, they photographed under giant screens promoting Stay at Home and Save the NHS.
The band saw their video shoot under giant screens ironically promoting Stay at Home and Save the NHS
The three band members were accompanied by a cameraman and a bottle of cider in the deserted center of London
The band left Piccadilly Circus after seeing the photographer and leaving their recording session.
Meanwhile, two men were filmed in Yorkshire after crashing a tandem on a lockdown bike ride.
They were found on the sidewalk by passer-by Dean Ireland in York, North Yorkshire.
The couple – who looked drunk – came out on a quiet street in the city center.
One of them climbed to his feet before a bottle of wine fell from his bag and broke on the road.
Dean has done his best to monitor the cyclists, however the couple didn’t seem to want his help.
One of the men attempting to cycle away alone left the other on the ground.
Dean filmed the aftermath of the double bike crash on Saturday afternoon, when the British were urged to stay home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
He posted the video on Facebook that went viral and received nearly 10,000 shares and 5,000 responses.
The social media manager from the city said: “Lockdown and you will come across this while you exercise.”
In the video he can be heard asking “you guys okay?” and one replies ‘yes okay’.
Two cyclists crashed on a lockdown bike ride and were stopped by passer-by Dean Ireland told by one of the men * f ** k off ‘
One of the men tried to cycle away alone, leaving the other on the ground. A bottle of wine fell from one of the men’s bags and fell to the ground after the crash
Dean says to the cyclists, “You’ve had some sherberts?”
“You lose the wine bottle from your backpack.”
As the bottle breaks, the man says, “Oh no.”
While the first man then tries to cycle away, Dean says, “Don’t drive down the street, just walk across it.”
The social media manager posted the video to Facebook, where he went viral and received nearly 10,000 shares and 5,000 responses
But the man says ‘f ** k off’.
John Hewitt said on Facebook, “Awkward it is not.
“Do I offer help or take a picture?”
But Dean replied, “I have tried to help as best as I can, given the COVID situation.
“And I was also told to stop.”
Mr Ireland tried to advise the couple not to cycle away afterwards, but ‘just walk’. The men did not listen and were seen taking off their bikes
Over the Easter weekend, West Midlands police seized and arrested nine all-terrain bikes after gangs made empty city roads “into race tracks.”
They said the covidiots were “amok” on the Birmingham highways.
Traffic police, including motorcycle officers and the force helicopter, followed the pummels and confiscated nine bicycles for three days and arrested four men, including a teenager.
Police said they “hit hard on Covidiots who were trying to turn deserted streets into race tracks.”
Force Traffic Unit Sergeant Mitch Darby said, “Most people behave responsibly and stay at home to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
But some thought the unusually quiet roads were an opportunity to drive dangerous and antisocial.
During Easter, people in Southampton saw government advice ignored as parks and beaches across the country filled up for April’s party weekend
“We had planned for the prospect and had a large number of police motorcyclists over the long weekend, with the police helicopter hovering above to provide support.
“Our efforts continue on Easter Monday and throughout the closing period.
“And our message is clear to all off-road bikers who are irresponsibly caught: if you are arrested, we will confiscate your bicycle and ask the court to confiscate and crush it.”
The arrests included a 25-year-old man who was chased in Wolverhampton on Friday before being arrested on suspicion of police nonstop and dangerous driving.
Traffic police also stopped an off-road bike meeting on Victoria Road in central Birmingham.
Two were arrested and reported for driving without a license or insurance; their bicycles were seized for destruction.
Another flew aboard an orange KTM, but was followed by our eye in the air and caught by an officer in Grosvenor Road, Aston, after the bike was dumped.
A 22-year-old man from Alum Rock was arrested and later charged with dangerous driving for not stopping for police and other motorbike offenses.
Police in Southampton, Hants was also spotted asking a man relaxing under a tree to move on after people flocked to parks
He has been released on bail and will appear before Birmingham Magistrates Court on 11 May.
Later in the day, three off-road bikes were chased in the Bromford area.
Two dirt bikes and a quad were found and police checks revealed that two had been stolen.
A 33-year-old man from Bromford was arrested and a 29-year-old was summoned to appear in court for driving without a license and without insurance.
On Sunday, a black moped was confiscated and a 15-year-old boy was arrested after being spotted antisocial on a park in Shard End.
The teenager has been charged with not having a permit or insurance and violating a criminal warrant.
A blue Sinis Spirit was found after a chase at Weoley Castle, but the rider managed to escape on foot.
Britons who ignore the lockdown rules could be saddled with a £ 60 fine and possibly another £ 120 for a second offense, doubling the penalty for additional offenses.