Queensland Police have released body camera video showing officers shutting down a party at Bowen Hills on Saturday night.
The footage shows a man being handcuffed and put into a police car for urinating in public before the officers find a number of people in a home.
‘You’ve all failed to comply,’ one officer is heard saying.
Police have released footage (pictured) of a raid on a Brisbane party in breach of the Covid lockdown.
Officers arrived at 9.45pm, telling people to go home and comply with the recently instated lockdown rules.
Police confirmed six infringements and arrests of two men related to the gathering.
A 30-year-old West End man, 30, was charged with urinating in public, assaulting police and obstructing police. Another West End man, 31, has been charged with public nuisance and obstructing police. They will appear in the Brisbane Magistrates Court on August 24.
Police said when they returned to the property a short time later six people aged between 24 and 39 were still present at the gathering.
Each one was fined $1378 for failing to comply with a COVID-19 public health direction ($1,378).
There were 13 new Covid-19 cases overnight in Queensland as their snap lockdown is extended until at least Sunday night.
Police confirmed six infringements and the arrest of two men related to the gathering (pictured)
Seven of the new cases are students from Ironside State School. Another five are related to the school being household members or family contacts.
One case is linked to a confirmed case from the karate school that trains at the school.
Deputy Premier Steven Milles said that there are too many people out and about in the community.
‘For us to come out of this at the weekend, we need absolutely everyone in those LGAs to stay at home if they can,’ he commented.
‘It is absolutely critical that people only leave their homes for the four reasons. There’s too many cars on the road in Brisbane at the moment.’