Apparently, sex addicts weren’t the only ones craving ass in their forties.
An enterprising Australian woman has been fined for breaking the coronavirus lockdown after using a drone to deliver cigarettes to herself at the hotel where she was quarantined.
The bizarre smuggling scheme was revealed on July 11 after the drone was observed dropping a packet of cigarettes to a woman on a balcony at the Crown Plaza Hotel on the Gold Coast, 9 News reported. A man is believed to be operating cancer stick air mail from outside the hotel.
Fortunately, the illicit trade was thwarted by an observer hotel staff member, who alerted police to the sneaky coup.
The nicotine demon has since been fined $ 1,300 for violating the COVID-19 lockdown, which was renewed last month in several regions amid a resurgence of cases. Meanwhile, his criminal drone pilot partner could be penalized by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority for violating flight safety rules, 9 News reported.
This is not the first time that a COVIDIOT has attempted to use a drone to bypass a coronavirus quarantine. In the spring of 2020, after the onset of the pandemic, a self-isolating New Yorker melted hearts online after using a drone to flirt with a ‘cute’ girl he spotted dancing on a rooftop during locking.