Police Minister Lisa Neville said Melbourne resident drove to Wodonga for Big Mac

Melburnian breaks lockdown, drives three hours for a Big Mac

A Melbourne resident has broken lockdown and driven to Wodonga for a Big Mac.

Police Minister Lisa Neville condemned the behaviour over the weekend during a joint press conference with Premier Daniel Andrews.

"We are still seeing appalling behaviour that I know Victorians are fed up with, I am fed up with it," she said.

"There is absolutely no reason or need to drive from Melbourne to Wodonga to have a Big Mac.

"There is absolutely no reason or need to drive from Melbourne to Ballarat for fresh air.

"There is absolutely no reason to drive from Werribee to Springvale to buy groceries.

"They were just three of the fines that were issued yesterday and just behaviour that you ask 'why would people think that's OK'.

"You either don't care, it can't be because people aren't aware of the rules.

"They have made a decision to blatantly breach the Chief Health Officers directives."

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