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Police have fined two men who had to be rescued from an Australian forest after they were startled by a deer while nude sunbathing on a beach and became lost.
The men called for help about 6 p. Sunday after they became lost in the Royal National Park south of Sydney a police statement said. It is not clear exactly what the deers did to startle the sunbathers and cause them to flee into the bush.
They had broken recently imposed pandemic rules as covide resrictions were again imposed in the Sydney region. The pair were among 44 people fined by police on Sunday for breaching a public health order after Sydney began a two-week lockdown on Friday due to a new COVID cluster.
Figures show that an outbreak of the virus in Sydney, linked to the highly contagious Delta variant, reached almost cases on Monday. Despite that the couple of naked sunbathers became easy targets on social media, where they were mocked for what had happened, and some pointing out that the real victims were the deers.
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Nude sunbathers fined for Sydney COVID lockdown breach