A Queensland Police officer has been given a bravery award for bullying and closing down a small business that didn’t comply with COVID directions.
Sgt Richard Head was given the award after shutting down Bar Wunder in Toowoomba who refused to comply with COVID directions.
“This is what you really sign up for, going in and acting as a glorified mafia capo collecting protection money on behalf of the government,” Sgt Richard Head said.
“I haven’t lost a pay cheque the last two years while these guys are drowning under regulatory burden, so they need to obey the law and I’m just doing my job. My grandfather was a Soviet NKVD officer, so I’m carrying on his legacy.”
The award will be given at the annual Australia Day awards on January 26th.