Man is arrested for ‘changing actual QR codes with faux ones’ to stop individuals from signing in – and faces a wonderful of $10,000
- Adelaide man is charged after allegedly changing QR codes with faux ones
- The 51-year-old accused of adjusting companies codes in South Plympton
- If he’s convicted he faces a big wonderful of $10,000 for the crime
A person has been charged after allegedly changing QR codes with faux ones in Adelaide.
The 51-year-old man is accused of putting the faux QR codes, used to signal individuals into venues to assist with contact tracing, over actual ones at South Plympton companies on Sunday.
He is because of seem in Adelaide Magistrates Courtroom on Wednesday charged with two counts of obstructing operations referring to COVID-19 beneath the state’s Emergency Administration Act.
A person has been charged after allegedly changing QR codes with faux ones in Adelaide
He faces a wonderful of as much as $10,000 if convicted.
The person was additionally allegedly caught with a double-side knife at his Edwardstown dwelling.
South Australian police mentioned no private information had been launched by means of the faux QR codes.