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Covidiot on packed dancefloor tells Aussie DJ to ‘shut the f*** up’ when asked to stop flouting rules on boat party


A COVIDIOT on a packed dancefloor told a DJ to “shut the f**k up” after being asked to stop flouting rules during a boat party.

Footage shows dozens of guests on board a boat in Sydney, Australia on Saturday night.

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A DJ pleaded with revellers to sit down

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A DJ pleaded with revellers to sit downCredit: Facebook
In response, one of the crowd told the DJ to 'shut the f**k up'

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In response, one of the crowd told the DJ to ‘shut the f**k up’Credit: Facebook

The revellers broke strict Covid rules in Australia which mean dancefloors are banned and people must remain seated during live performances.

The DJ pleads with the crowd to follow the rules.

He said: “I need you to sit down. I know it’s f**king tempting but please sit down. We don’t want to lock this s**t down.”

Those at the party ignored the request, with one shouting back at the DJ.

“Shut the f**k up. Who is going to sit down? You sit down,” a man can be heard saying.

“We don’t sit down. We pay our taxes.”

The party boat company has not commented on the video but promises Covid-safe events on its website.

Dancefloors are banned in Sydney under New South Wales Health rules, except at weddings with a maximum of 20 people.

New South Wales has recorded 14 days without any community transmission of the virus, however Western Australia went into lockdown today after a hotel quarantine worker tested positive.

There are fears the worker has the highly-contagious mutant strain of the virus which first appeared in the UK.

Dancefloors are banned in Sydney under Covid rules

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Dancefloors are banned in Sydney under Covid rulesCredit: Facebook
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