Police in Victoria, Australia, fined Jazz and Gary Mot $1,652 ($1,052 U.S.) each for violating coronavirus restrictions on non-essential travel after someone reported seeing their vacation photos on social media. Just one little problem. The photos were from their 2019 vacation. After being contacted by local media, a Victoria Police spokesman said "the decision has been made to withdraw the infringement notice."
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