Dancing leads to fornication

Mr Elliott said under no conditions could people lie on the beach.

“These (rules) aren’t here because the government wants to punish anybody and police like enforcing these laws,” he said.

“They are there because if you are static, if you are just sitting in an area, you’re more likely to spend a period of time near people.

NSW Police Minister David Elliott

For all those hippies who always carry on about ‘the public’ owning things:

“The councils, they are the owners of these parks and recreational spaces,” he said on Sunrise.

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18 Responses to Dancing leads to fornication

  1. Fred

    Where are all the anti-fascists?

  2. Struth

    “They are there because if you are static, if you are just sitting in an area, you’re more likely to spend a period of time near people.

    He then has lunch supplied by the hands of thousands, as the workers around him interact, and he talks into a microphone………….

    This is not quarantining, so therefore it has nothing to do with a virus.

  3. sfw

    I danced with a lot of women over the years, it rarely, very rarely led to fornication, wish it did.

  4. “The councils, they are the owners of these parks and recreational spaces,”

    They do not own them, the public does, though taxes and rates that they have paid.

  5. John64

    Dancing leads to fornication

    It did very occasionally; back in my salad days.

  6. Hay Stockard

    I think your man Elliot has ratified the Peter Principle.
    Elliot. Rhymes with idiot. Is this a coincidence or something more sinister?

  7. John Bayley

    “These (rules) aren’t here because the government wants to punish anybody and police like enforcing these laws,”

    Well that’s some relief then.
    For quite a while, they had me fooled; thinking that it was just about those very things.

  8. Real Deal

    Elliott is a first order pinhead. I wish someone would ask him about Polair flying all around Sydney last night and the night before seeking out rule breakers. The cops FLIR camera must be quite effective.

  9. Real Deal

    I did want to call Elliott a bald-headed flog. But I didn’t want to offend any follicularly-challenged folks here.

  10. Perfidious Albino

    Appreciated RD…

  11. nb

    Who votes for councils? Oh yes, the owners.

  12. Leo G

    Who votes for councils? Oh yes, the owners.

    I believe the constitutional position is that the councils are departments of state government.

  13. a reader

    Both the Police Minister and the Police Commissioner in NSW are terrible at their job and need to go.

  14. Davey Boy

    haw haw, porice man sirry Erriott

  15. Squirrel

    The lucky governments are the ones that will face their electorates before the “rally around the flag” sentiment is replaced with a healthy dose pissed-offedness about dickhead enforcement of arbitrary rules.

  16. Mr Elliott said under no conditions could people lie on the beach.

    What a deadset flog.

    Imagine trying to pull this shit in the 1980s

    We have regressed as a society…to some degree we are not only worse off but are moving away from what a society is and may be, for better or worse.

    Not just less attractive cloth, but fabric with many holes.

  17. NoFixedAddress

    And to think we used to believe in the common ‘good’, private property and private enterprise.

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