Certified Legendary Thread Sneaking in to the Grand Final............

eddiesmith

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Apparently inconclusive covid test results returned today.....and guess what..mixed freely with players ,coaches and staff after the grand final..let's all hope they don't return a positive 2nd test..could have infected all of melbourne f.c.....pricks.

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inconclusive tests are a dime a dozen, should be fine. If they did it, there are another dozen at least who did it without bragging about it!
 

eddiesmith

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so possibly infected thousands of people at the ground abd the entire MFC squad and staff and family is no big deal hey?
Lol, they’re not positive for Covid!!! No matter how badly it gets beat up, there are still 6.5 million people in Victoria who’ve never been infected by Covid…Letting a Victorian into a state isn’t going to mean a wild outbreak…
 

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Lol, they’re not positive for Covid!!! No matter how badly it gets beat up, there are still 6.5 million people in Victoria who’ve never been infected by Covid…Letting a Victorian into a state isn’t going to mean a wild outbreak…
they lied on their G2G pass

They deserve to be sitting in jail tonight and hopefully they get a massive fine

No one likes a smartarse flouting the rules
 

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Lol, they’re not positive for Covid!!! No matter how badly it gets beat up, there are still 6.5 million people in Victoria who’ve never been infected by Covid…Letting a Victorian into a state isn’t going to mean a wild outbreak…
Strange logic there mate. You are effectively saying that when the odds of harm are low, lawbreakers should be let off the hook?

Let's apply that logic using your wording: "No matter how badly it gets beat up, there are still tens of thousands of people who drink drive every day...Letting one bloke drink drive isn't going to mean innocent injuries and deaths."
 

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It was implied in the HS article that the players' wives recognised him and weren't happy because they weren't allowed to be there.
Fair enough too.

Decent chance if they go to the game, enjoy the win, hit a pub and sneak off into the night and back to Vic no one ever knows, getting your head on telly and the socials was idiotic.
 

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They were in Melbourne less than a week ago with one the tests coming back inconclusive.

Sure the players wont be impressed if the second test comes back positive.. let alone all the people ( myself included) in the stadium that day.

Sydney Stack spent 3 weeks in lockup so i think these 2 dickheads should spend twice that for putting it all at risk.
 

Shane Heard

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Rich people dont go to jail.

Probably cop a big fine, get a lawyer to argue it down to a $5k fine.

100% worth it id say.
they should be driven out to Norseman and made to walk back across the Nullarbor with a wheelbarrow filled with nothing but bottles of water
 
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they should be driven out out to Norseman and made to walk back across the Nullarbor with a wheelbarrow filled with nothing but bottles of water
Creative punishments are always good. Id back this.

FWIW Id have no issue with them going to jail, its a flagrant and knowing breach of the rules. i just doubt they will get jailtime and if they wind up with 5 or 10k of fines id suggest they would say its worth it (If i could go to the saints drought breaker and be in the rooms after the game id gladly fork out 10k)
 

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Creative punishments are always good. Id back this.

FWIW Id have no issue with them going to jail, its a flagrant and knowing breach of the rules. i just doubt they will get jailtime and if they wind up with 5 or 10k of fines id suggest they would say its worth it (If i could go to the saints drought breaker and be in the rooms after the game id gladly fork out 10k)
yeah but they were dumb enough to think they could hoodwink the WA cops checking up after been dobbed in

Never been in a lockup but even a few hours in one wouldn’t be fun at all
 

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Creative punishments are always good. Id back this.

FWIW Id have no issue with them going to jail, its a flagrant and knowing breach of the rules. i just doubt they will get jailtime and if they wind up with 5 or 10k of fines id suggest they would say its worth it (If i could go to the saints drought breaker and be in the rooms after the game id gladly fork out 10k)
One of the media reports suggested they may have used fake NT drivers licenses, as well as breaching the COVID rules. I think WA is going to make an example of them - what if they press fraud charges, or convict them - would that have implications on being able to act as a financial planner? Very poor judgement, and would hate the players and families to have to be locked down if one tests positive.
 

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One of the media reports suggested they may have used fake NT drivers licenses, as well as breaching the COVID rules. I think WA is going to make an example of them - what if they press fraud charges, or convict them - would that have implications on being able to act as a financial planner? Very poor judgement, and would hate the players and families to have to be locked down if one tests positive.
Completely agree with all of that, especially the reputational damage.

Just personally dont see it being jail time, happy to be proven wrong.
 

Gordon Farkas

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Some say living in a WA gaol is an upgrade on living in Victoria right now :trophy:
Indeed. I assume that the WA prison warden and his guards are at least moderately competent and know what they're doing.
And unlike Victoria, once their sentence of incarceration is served they will actually be released on the designated date and not locked up again afterwards.
And any decision to incarcerate them will be made by a properly constituted court of law, rather than being the result of "a series of creeping assumptions".
 
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When I saw it I immediately said zero regrets
Well, zero regrets for people who think only of themselves and some right they believe they have to be at a game of footy.

Just incredible somebody would do this after witnessing lockdown firsthand, it has killed people and destroyed countless lives and livelihoods. To put millions of people in WA at that risk so you could go to the game, christ.

Hope they string them up by their balls. It’s the least they deserve.
 

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