Australia’s deputy prime minister has told Katie Hopkins to “pack your bongos” and “get out of the country” if she is found to be breaking strict quarantine rules.
However, she reportedly said in an Instagram Live video that she was deliberately breaking the quarantine rules by taunting the guard and opening the door of her hotel room without wearing it. Mask.
On Sunday, Seven Network – which airs the reality TV program – confirmed she would not be on the show, issuing a statement saying it condemned her “irresponsible and reckless comments in hotel quarantine”.
But the row has now drawn the ire of Australia’s outspoken deputy prime minister, Barnaby Joyce.
Mr Joyce was previously known for his 2015 feud with Johnny Depp, when authorities claimed the actor and his then-wife Amber Heard had brought their dogs to Australia illegally on a private jet.
“I’m the one who wanted to send home johnny depp’s dogs,” said Mr. Joyce. “I don’t mind sending someone home who wants to violate our laws.”
“If you want to violate our laws you pack your bongo and get out of the country.”
On Sunday, Immigration Minister Alex Hawke said the Border Force had launched an investigation, and if Ms Hopkins is found to be violating its terms, her visa could be revoked.
it came as State of Victoria – which includes Melbourne – was put in five days-lockdown Because the delta version of Kovid-19 has increased the number of infections. Sydney (NSW) in New South Wales already placed under sanctions.
About 12.2 million Australians, nearly half the country’s population, are in lockdown.
In October 2020, Ms Hopkins angered passengers when she took off LA to London without wearing a mask.
On her way to Heathrow Airport earlier this week, she posted herself on Instagram riding the bus without wearing a mask. He accused the mayor of London Sadiq Khan “Want to strangle the Londoners” after he ruled mask will be mandatory On the Transport for London network after 19 July, when the current rules expire.