A NSW Police officer has come home exhausted, after an extended shift handing out fines to people not following non-legally binding COIVD directions.
Senior Constable David McSweeney set a near record, handing out 20 fines in a shift and was driven to the point of absolute exhaustion.
“This is what you really sign up for. The rush of fining people who have already lost everything, taking what little income they have left and forcing them to poverty or suicide over some really unscientific bullshit. It really makes you proud of what you’re doing,” McSweeney said.
“That’s how you really build community spirit and keep people safe. Telling the public that you’re ‘just doing your job’ really makes it all worth it, as you can absolve all your guilt of blatantly ushering in Bolshevik Russia 2.0.”
Deputy Police Commissioner Gary Worboys commended McSweeney and is believed to be promoting him to head internment guard, at the new quarantine camp under construction later this year.