Why Australian Boxer- Harry Garside fined for hosting party during lockdown?
Harry Garside has been fined A$5,454 for hosting an open house party during a three-month period when he was in danger of being taken into custody.
Harry Grside is one of Australia’s most famous athletes. His story is a pretty interesting one. Born in Sydney, he grew up in the northern suburbs of the city, and as a kid he was passionately interested in boxing. Harry Garside, who won Australia’s first ever boxing Olympic medal in a pair of historic performances for the country, has been fined for hosting an open house party during a three-month period when he was in danger of being taken into custody.
It’s a shame that we can’t continue to see athletes make mistakes and learn from them. We all want to see athletes get better. But we shouldn’t be looking for excuses to identify when an athlete is making mistakes. Harry has been fined A$5,454 for breaching COVID-19 lockdown regulations.
But neighbours complained that he had been hosting a party at his house and had to be fined. Garside has also been charged with contravening the Act in Queensland.
f a ct that he received a bronze medal at the Commonwealth Games, Garside has been fined $1000 for hosting a party within 24 hours of being locked inside the athletes’ village in Melbourne.
Victoria is home to a population of over 2.4 million people. It was the second most populated state in Australia after NSW and really has a lot to offer. In fact, Victoria is one of Australia's best places to live and work. Many young people go there to study or start their careers.