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Sport Comedian Dave Hughes slams Victorian premier Daniel Andrews

11:40  22 october  2020
11:40  22 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Dave Hughes came out swinging at the Victorian government in a tweet about Saturday's Cox Plate in Melbourne.

With the state still under extreme lockdown restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic, the 49-year-old comedian said he couldn't understand the government's decision to allow spectators onto the racecourse.

Tweeting Victorian premier Daniel Andrews directly, Dave branded the decision to allow spectators at the race was hypocritical.

Dave Hughes wearing glasses and smiling at the camera: Fighting words: Dave Hughes came out swinging at the Victorian government in a tweet about Saturday's Cox Plate in Melbourne © Provided by Daily Mail Fighting words: Dave Hughes came out swinging at the Victorian government in a tweet about Saturday's Cox Plate in Melbourne

He also called out the premier for refusing to allow people to gather to watch the AFL grand final, which is also scheduled for the same day.

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'Hey @DanielAndrewsMP you probably can't remember who made 'Horse owner crews can party at Melb race track this weekend' decision but as Covid now appears less of a concern for you, maybe also 'Two families can enjoy @afl grand final this Saturday together'?' he tweeted on Tuesday.

Dave's tweet went viral, attracting 317 retweets and over 3,000 likes, with many applauding the funnyman for speaking out.

a man wearing a suit and tie: Backlash: Tweeting Victorian premier Daniel Andrews directly, Dave claimed the decision to allow spectators at the race was hypocritical. Pictured at press conference in Melbourne on October 20 © Provided by Daily Mail Backlash: Tweeting Victorian premier Daniel Andrews directly, Dave claimed the decision to allow spectators at the race was hypocritical. Pictured at press conference in Melbourne on October 20 graphical user interface, text, application: Speaking out: With the state still under extreme lockdown restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic, the 49-year-old comedian couldn't understand the government's decision to allow spectators onto the racecourse © Provided by Daily Mail Speaking out: With the state still under extreme lockdown restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic, the 49-year-old comedian couldn't understand the government's decision to allow spectators onto the racecourse

Just a day later on Wednesday, the Victorian government backtracked on their decision to allow a select group of spectators at the race.

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In a post on Twitter, racing minister Martin Pakula branded the decision a 'mistake', after earlier saying 500 people would be allowed to attend the event.

'It was a mistake, given that other restrictions remain in place, and we've heard the community feedback,' he tweeted.

a dog standing on the side of a road: Angry: He also called out the premier for refusing to allow people to gather to watch the AFL grand final, which is also scheduled for Saturday © Provided by Daily Mail Angry: He also called out the premier for refusing to allow people to gather to watch the AFL grand final, which is also scheduled for Saturday

Pakula added that the initial decision had been 'motivated only by respect for the occasion and a desire to mark a small step on the path to reopening'.

Victoria entered harsh stage four lockdown restrictions on August 2, attracting widespread controversy.

On Monday, Andrews announced the easing of some restrictions, with more scheduled for November.

Dave Hughes wearing glasses: Change of mind: Just a day later on Wednesday, the Victorian government backtracked on their decision to allow a select group of spectators at the race © Provided by Daily Mail Change of mind: Just a day later on Wednesday, the Victorian government backtracked on their decision to allow a select group of spectators at the race Read more

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