Police stated the 34-year-old was fined £200 after he drove round 100 miles from Luton to Devizes in Wiltshire for a takeaway – despite the fact that the city doesn’t have a McDonald’s.
In the meantime, police in Better Manchester have issued 110 mounted penalty notices for coronavirus regulation breaches since 3pm on Friday, bringing the overall issued within the area to 2,600 since August.
Fines had been handed out on Saturday evening to partygoers at an deal with in Peregrine Street, Hulme, and at a property in Greengate, Salford, the place police responded to studies of 30 folks attending.
Within the early hours of Sunday, police had been known as to studies of a disturbance and a celebration of greater than 40 folks at a flat in Derby Street, Cheetham Hill.
In Bolton, 4 folks travelling in a automotive on Friday had been fined when their car broke down after they drove from Preston to choose up a takeaway.
Chief Inspector Carol Martin, of Better Manchester Police, stated: “It’s extremely irritating to these abiding by the foundations that some individuals are exhibiting such a blatant disregard for the present laws.”
In Essex, 49 folks had been fined after officers shut down an unlawful automotive meet in Romford.
Police had been known as late on Saturday after studies that about 50 autos had gathered within the Ferry Lane space.
Officers discovered the group dashing round a close-by roundabout and mixing with different drivers with none social distancing.
On Sunday, police shared pictures of Victoria Park in Tower Hamlets which confirmed a lot of folks out strolling.
“We might advise not come right here if you wish to be socially distanced,” Tower Hamlets Police stated.
The drive additionally warned folks: “Solely head out for those who NEED to.”
Gloucestershire Police stated that they had obtained “quite a few studies of individuals travelling with out a cheap excuse”.
Officers in North Wales warned these flouting the foundations are “more and more prone to get fined” after citing a considerable quantity of individuals over the weekend.
Two motorists had been reported by North Wales Police in Anglesey after driving from Scotland to go to pals.
The drivers from Scotland, who had been stopped by police at Valley, close to Holyhead, had been discovered to be driving with out insurance coverage and breaching COVID journey restrictions.
North Wales Law enforcement officials additionally stopped a automotive from Portsmouth as the driving force was travelling to choose up a entrance bumper on Saturday.
In Swansea, eight folks had been fined after a celebration was held in a shed.