Queensland Police Department questioned Conservative political activist Lyle Shelton about a possible border crossing after posting on social media about his trip to NSW

Mr. Shelton, former executive director and chief of staff of the Australian Christian lobby, posted a “sneaky run across the border and back” and “avoided the CCP [Chinese Communist” Party] virus police “on his Facebook and Twitter accounts on Saturday night the process

One of the lucky snaps Lyle Shelton took in his post on social media about his involvement with NSWCredit: Lyle Shelton – Twitter

The Queensland Police Service’s official Twitter account replied to his tweet on Sunday evening, publicly announcing that they “were aware of this tweet and were making further inquiries”

It came after multiple Twitter users responded to Mr Shelton’s tweet by tagging the official Twitter accounts of the Queensland Police Service, NSW Police Force, Queensland Health and NSW Health

“I was happy to speak to the Queensland Police today & explained my run along the coast of Coolangatta to the tweed &, “he tweeted

“There were no checkpoints for joggers, walkers, or lizards [based on a picture he posted of a lizard in his original tweet] I haven’t visited a hotspot There is a valid debate about boundaries, but I respect the role our police “

From Sunday the 20th December, anyone who has been to Greater Sydney’s NSW hotspot cannot cross the Queensland border without going into hotel quarantine

The border pass system has been put back online and the police are again patrolling the border

Despite a renewed outbreak of cases in the past few days, there are no border restrictions for Victorians

He was also director and spokesman for the Coalition for Marriage of the No Campaign during the 2017 referendum on same-sex marriages

Lyle Shelton

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Source: https://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/national/queensland/queensland-police-question-lyle-shelton-over-sneaky-run-across-nsw-border-20210104-p56rii.html