A jobless man who kept getting too close to Tesco shoppers has become one of the first to be prosecuted under coronavirus social distancing rules. Steven Mackie breached new guidelines ordering people to remain two metres away from each other under emergency legislation designed to prevent the further spread of coronavirus. The first time police were called, Mackie was taken home after getting too close to queueing shoppers outside Tesco. Police noted how he did not appear to need to do any shopping himself. And he then returned 15 minutes later and repeated the offence, M.E.N reports. He has now been fined £500 for repeatedly flouting social distancing rules outside the supermarket in Stalybridge, Tameside, Greater Manchester. The chairman of the bench blasted his “stupidity” Mackie today apologised to magistrates, who fined him £500, and denied he had been ‘quite happy to kill people’. Mackie, 53, of Stamford Street, Stalybridge, pleaded guilty to an offence under the Health Regulations 2020. A court heard he approached people queueing outside Tesco on Trinity Street in Stalybridge at 5.30pm on Saturday and appeared to breach guidelines urging people to stay at least two metres away from each other. Police were on patrol at… Read full this story
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