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Students breach Melbourne coronavirus restrictions for McDonald’s trip – NEWS.com.au

A trio of vloggers who broke Melbournes strict lockdown restrictions for a trip to McDonalds and then posted about it on social media have been fined thousands of dollars for their naive and shameful stunt.The five-minute video was filmed by a group of international students stuck in Melbourne, who posted about it on Chinese social media site Weibo, where it was viewed tens of thousands of times in the space of a few hours, before it was deleted following widespread criticism.
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