Former Australian Idol star Rob Mills STUNS the Victorian government over the new lockdown

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Former Australian Idol star Rob Mills blows Scott Morrison over new lockdown, accuses the Prime Minister of ‘mismanagement’ of hotel quarantine and calls on the arts and hospitality industry to unite for class action LAWSUIT

Rob Mills has humiliated the Australian government over Victoria’s latest lockdown.

The former Australian Idol Star, 38, shared an Instagram post on Friday, holding the latest Covid-19 outbreak to ‘poor management’ of hotel quarantine.

He addressed Prime Minister Scott Morrison in his comments and even called on the arts and hospitality industries to team up for a class action lawsuit.

Fury: Rob Mills (pictured) has the Australian government shut down the last time Victoria.  The former Australian Idol Star, 38, shared an Instagram post on Friday, holding the latest Covid-19 outbreak to 'poor management' of hotel quarantine

Fury: Rob Mills (pictured) has the Australian government shut down the last time Victoria. The former Australian Idol Star, 38, shared an Instagram post on Friday, holding the latest Covid-19 outbreak to ‘poor management’ of hotel quarantine

Rob wrote: ‘How long have we known that hotel quarantine isn’t working?

‘I’m curious. Because we all try our best to wear masks and use QR codes. But for some reason, governments are not doing their bit.

‘This lockdown only happens because of bad management. Theater is closed. Restaurants. Bars and cafes, closed. This is money that we cannot get back.

“Combining art and hospitality … Lawsuit?”

Legal Challenge: He addressed Prime Minister Scott Morrison in his comments and even called on the arts and hospitality industry to team up for a class action lawsuit

Legal Challenge: He addressed Prime Minister Scott Morrison in his comments and even called on the arts and hospitality industry to team up for a class action lawsuit

Legal Challenge: He addressed Prime Minister Scott Morrison in his comments and even called on the arts and hospitality industry to team up for a class action lawsuit

Rob wrote: 'Not a job keeper now.  Not a job seeker because we only have these short contracts.  @scottmorrisonmp please be better.  Lead your country.  Lead the Prime Ministers.  Don't think.  To do!'  Pictured: Scott Morrison

Rob wrote: 'No job keeper now.  Not a job seeker because we only have these short contracts.  @scottmorrisonmp please be better.  Lead your country.  Lead the Prime Ministers.  Don't think.  To do!'  Pictured: Scott Morrison

Rob wrote: ‘No job keeper now. Not a job seeker because we only have these short contracts. @scottmorrisonmp please be better. Lead your country. Lead the Prime Ministers. Don’t think. To do!’ Pictured: Scott Morrison

He continued his rant in the caption of his Instagram post, writing: ‘I’m not mad. I am simply disappointed. Actually, I am a bit angry.

“It’s been over 12 months and we can’t figure out how to safely quarantine people returning to Australia. If this was Karen in HR, she would have been fired by now.

Who’s going to pay back the $$ for lost earnings to the hospitality and ARTS community who can’t just ‘pick it up’ next week ?!

He continued his rant in the caption of his Instagram post, writing: 'It's been over 12 months and we can't figure out how to safely quarantine people returning to Australia.  If this was Karen in HR, she would have been fired by now '

He continued his rant in the caption of his Instagram post, writing: 'It's been over 12 months and we can't figure out how to safely quarantine people returning to Australia.  If this was Karen in HR, she would have been fired by now '

He continued his rant in the caption of his Instagram post, writing: ‘It’s been over 12 months and we can’t figure out how to safely quarantine people returning to Australia. If this was Karen in HR, she would have been fired by now ‘

‘Not a job keeper now. Not a job seeker because we only have these short contracts. @scottmorrisonmp please be better. Lead your country. Lead the Prime Ministers. Don’t think. To do!’

The comments come as Victoria enters the second day of the week-long lockdown after the Whittlesea outbreak spread to 39 cases on Friday.

Victorians have been told not to leave the house except to shop for food and essential items, to provide or receive care, for exercise, work or study, or to get vaccinated.

Lockout: The comments come as Victoria enters the second day of the lockout of a week after the Whittlesea outbreak on Friday extended to 39 cases

Lockout: The comments come as Victoria enters the second day of the lockout of a week after the Whittlesea outbreak on Friday extended to 39 cases

Lockout: The comments come as Victoria enters the second day of the lockout of a week after the Whittlesea outbreak on Friday extended to 39 cases

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