The identity of a teenager who allegedly went to a club even though he was told to stay away has been found out by the police.
The name of the teenager who allegedly had Covid and went to a popular nightclub has now been found out.
The name of a teenager who allegedly went to a popular nightclub in Adelaide even though he or she had Covid-19 has been revealed.
It happened at a club on Hindley St on December 17. Ralph MacIntosh, 19, was arrested and charged with breaking a rule under the Emergency Management Act.
He was supposed to be held in custody until Wednesday, but on Tuesday, he was released from the City Watch House and given police bail.
In February of next year, he will be in court in Adelaide.
During his exit from the facility, Mr. MacIntosh was seen dressed in a red and blue striped sweater, with a bag on each shoulder and a cell phone in his ear.
He was met by a woman who tried to stop the media from taking pictures while the teen was being questioned by the media.
MacIntosh said, “I won’t be answering any questions” before getting into a silver Mercedes that drove away.
The Advertiser says that Mr MacIntosh went to Pembroke School and St. Peter’s College before he went to Geelong Grammar.
SA Police will say that the man from the eastern suburbs stayed at the city nightclub and didn’t quarantine himself after being told by SA Health that he had Covid-19.
It is said that Mr MacIntosh got a text message at about 10.20pm that said he had to get out of the house right away because he was breaking the law.
The teenager was then sent to the state’s Covid positive medi hotel Tom’s Court, where he was kept in complete isolation.
SA Health allegedly put about 150 people and staff in quarantine because the club was a place where people came into close contact with the virus.
During what would have been the busiest week of the year, Loverboy had to close because of bad weather.
If Mr. MacIntosh is found guilty, he could face two years in prison or a $20,000 fine over the charge.