Salon proprietor Sinead Quinn has been fined twice in a single week (Image: Bradford T&A / SWNS)
A salon proprietor who denies coronavirus exists has been fined £3,000 for refusing to shut her enterprise through the second nationwide lockdown.
Kirklees Council officers fined Sinead Quinn £1,000 earlier this week after she ignored month-long lockdown restrictions and reopened Quinn Blakey Hairdressing in Oakenshaw, close to Bradford, West Yorkshire.
An extra £2,000 wonderful was issued on Thursday after she refused to shut her enterprise once more.
Kirklees Council mentioned preserving the salon open was ‘egocentric and irresponsible’ amid the pandemic – however Ms Quinn instructed police she wouldn’t settle for the wonderful as she had not seen ‘proof’ that Covid-19 exists.
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Earlier this week Ms Quinn recorded a video of herself telling a visiting Kirklees Council officer that she ‘doesn’t consent’ to lockdown fines and is ‘standing up for her rights’.
She put an indication on her door citing the Magna Carta, a royal constitution of rights, as a defence of her resolution to defy Authorities restrictions.
The council mentioned refusing to shut was ‘egocentric and irresponsible’ (Image: Bradford T&A / SWNS)
Sinead Quinn instructed police she wouldn’t comply or shut (Image: Asadour Guzelian)
The business-owner put a discover on her door citing the Magna Carta (Image: SWNS)
On the discover, she asks for proof that coronavirus exists as she claims to haven’t seen any proof that it does.
On Thursday a spokesperson for the council mentioned: ‘We’re visiting immediately to problem a £2,000 Mounted Penalty Discover. On the similar time we’ll examine if they’re open/buying and selling.’
In a while throughout the identical day the spokesman mentioned: ‘The premises was closed immediately on inspection however we’ll examine once more tomorrow.’
‘If buying and selling remains to be persevering with, we’ll then should problem a £4,000 Mounted Penalty Discover tomorrow.’
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