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    Penrith Panthers are fined 10K after excited fans breached COVID-19 restrictions by mingling and hugging during the NRL grand final

    • Footage shows fans mingling and hugging at the Penrith Panthers Leagues Club 
    • The video of fans breaching COVID-19 rules was filmed during the grand final 
    • Penrith Panthers have now been fined $10,000 by NSW Liquor and Gaming
    • ANZ Stadium and two other venues at Sydney Olympic Park were also fined

    The Penrith Panthers have lost big two weekends in a row, with its leagues club copping a $10,000 fine after footage showed fans breaching COVID safety requirements during last weekend’s NRL grand final.

    The footage showed excited patrons mingling, hugging and drinking while standing during the team’s 20-26 loss to the Melbourne Storm.

    NSW Liquor and Gaming director of compliance Dimitri Argeres said fans should have known better.

     

    Fans (pictured) were filmed breaching COVID-19 restrictions by mingling, hugging and drinking next to the bar at Penrith Panthers Leagues Club during the grand final

    ‘It’s not fair on the club, its staff or the community,’ he said.

    ‘At the same time, venues need to make sure they are adequately implementing their safety plans, particularly when higher patron numbers are expected due to special events.’

    The leagues club was not the only venue caught out on grand final night, with ANZ Stadium fined $5000 for allowing patrons to congregate in bar areas to watch the match.

    Two other venues at Sydney Olympic Park – The Brewery at the Novotel and the Locker Room – were also issued $5000 fines.

    Mr Argeres said excitement was not an excuse.

    ‘Sporting events build up anticipation and create lots of excitement, we get that,’ he said.

    ‘But they also create exactly the types of situation we’re trying to avoid – crowds that mingle and turn into one big group of close contacts.

    ‘Don’t forget life isn’t quite back to normal yet and if we want to enjoy summer with our friends and families, we need to keep COVID transmission low.’

    The Panthers Penrith Rugby Leagues Club (pictured) was fined $10,000 for not stopping fans from breaching COVID-19 restrictions

    The Panthers Penrith Rugby Leagues Club (pictured) was fined $10,000 for not stopping fans from breaching COVID-19 restrictions 

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