Fine NRL star Jamil Hoboat for breaking NSW Covid face mask orders

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Non-contracted NRL star Jamil Hobboat has been fined for not wearing a face mask while attending a police station in Sydney’s northern beaches.

Hoboat, 26, has been released on bail after being accused of supplying drugs related to the alleged import of cocaine.

The former Brisbane Broncos player was fined $1,000 after entering a Dee Why police station on Monday without wearing a mask despite warning signs that state regulations.

It is understood that he was at the police station for a daily bail check on the drug supply charge.

NSW Police said: “A notice of breach of sentence was issued to a 26-year-old man for not wearing a face mask in the lobby of the Dee Why Police Station earlier this week, Monday 19 July 2021.”

“Despite the numerous indications and warnings regarding the current health requirements for wearing face masks in closed areas, the man continued to enter the station without a mask.”

People anywhere in NSW must wear a face mask when indoors in any non-residential building under public health orders for Covid-19.

Hoboat was sacked by the Broncos at the end of the 2020 season.

He pleaded guilty in February to multiple counts of assault and driving, in a case separate from the drug supply charges, following an incident with his de facto partner Shai Bayati last December.


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