Victorian man breaches coronavirus restrictions by kayaking to South Australia

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A Victorian man breached coronavirus restrictions by kayaking into South Australia without essential travel papers. 

Police said the man entered SA unlawfully on Monday, November 2 after travelling along the Glenelg River.

Officers were notified of the man’s arrival and he was ordered to hand himself into a police station.   

A Victorian man breached coronavirus restrictions by kayaking into South Australia without essential travel papers (stock image)

A Victorian man breached coronavirus restrictions by kayaking into South Australia without essential travel papers (stock image)

He was then arrested for breaching the Emergency Management Directions.

The man was refused bail and appeared in court where he was sentenced to nine days jail, with a suspended sentence with a good behaviour bond.

He has since returned to Victoria. 

The man travelled along the Glenelg River (pictured) in Victoria on Monday and wound up in South Australia

The man travelled along the Glenelg River (pictured) in Victoria on Monday and wound up in South Australia

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