Brisbane anti-lockdown protestors remain in police custody
Two men allegedly involved in the attempted anti-lockdown protest in Brisbane on August 2 remain in police custody, with one still refusing to provide his name.
15 people were arrested in the Brisbane CBD after they allegedly gathered in contravention of south-east Queensland’s lockdown restrictions.
Three were initially not released on bail after refusing to provide their details to police.
A 57-year-old faced court on charges of failing to comply with a COVID-19 public health direction and contravene a police requirement.
His application for bail was granted and he will return to court September 1.
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