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Australia Man, 30, who flew in from Jordan is caught breaching self-isolation order and granted bail - only to be found outside and arrested THREE more times

02:40  30 march  2020
02:40  30 march  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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A man who travelled from Jordan has been caught breaching self-isolation orders multiple times less than two weeks after arriving in Australia. 

The 30-year-old arrived in Sydney on March 18 and told to self-isolate for 14 days, but six days later was arrested in the western suburbs for an outstanding warrant.

He was granted bail conditional on self-isolation, only to be caught in Pagewood, in the city's east, at 1.20am on Saturday and fined $1,000.

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At 10pm that evening he was again found outside - this time in Sydney's CBD, and arrested before being granted bail.

He was ordered to self-isolate at serviced apartments in Camperdown before police allege he again attempted to go outside.

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He was refused bail and will appear in Central Local Court on Monday.

Minister for Police and Emergency Services, David Elliott described the man's behaviour as 'reckless and selfish'.

'I commend police on their continued efforts to ensure those who breach self-isolation directions face the full force of the law,' he said. 

'This includes an on-the-spot fine of $1,000 for individuals, and a maximum $1,1000 fine and six months imprisonment where a Court Attendance Notice is issued.'

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