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A former private school boy who allegedly knew he had Covid-19 but was still partying at a busy Adelaide nightclub, left the city’s watch house in a Mercedes-Benz after being released on bail.
Ralph MacIntosh, 19, was arrested and charged with failing to comply with the instructions of the Emergency Management Act Tuesday morning.
He was initially denied bail and was due to appear in court on Wednesday, but after a review he was released on Tuesday and will now appear in court on February 18.
“It will be alleged that the man remained in a city nightclub and was not quarantined after being informed by SA Health that he had tested positive for Covid-19,” SA police said in a statement.
The teenager, believed to be from one of South Australia’s wealthiest families, could face a maximum sentence of two years behind bars and a $ 20,000 fine if he is convicted.
Arrested and Charged
Ralph MacIntosh, 19, was arrested and charged with failing to comply with directions under the Emergency Management Act on Tuesday morning
MacIntosh had spent the night at the Loverboy club in downtown Adelaide on December 17.
It is understood that he received a text message from SA Health at 10:18 PM, but allegedly ignored the warning and entered the club at 10:45 PM.
The nightclub was listed as an exhibition site from 10.45pm. M. From Friday, December 17 until 4.15 a. M. From Saturday December 18, which forced hundreds of revelers to isolate themselves.
The teenager previously claimed that he did not see the message until the next morning, after his actions sparked anger across the state.
“Christmas is supposed to be a time to celebrate with family and loved ones, however, due to the actions of a selfish person, that will not be the case for many,” the statement read.
“We have to close our doors during the busiest week of the year and we will open gifts in isolation. We will seek justice. ‘
Prime Minister Steven Marshall called the teenager’s actions “regrettable.”
“I think there has been quite a strong public outrage,” he said.
“I think it just serves as a lesson to everyone that we’ve done well as a state, but it depends on everyone doing the right thing.”
Quick and Facts
- Ralph MacIntosh allegedly partied at Adelaide club while infected with Covid-19
- He was arrested and charged on Tuesday and is due to face court in February
- He allegedly got a text from SA Health at 10.18pm and entered club at 10.45pm