We asked about their version of the Smash Mouth classic, which delivers a message about staying home.
NSW Police have announced fines and possible jail-time for anyone caught disobeying social distancing rules.
An inquiry revealed that volunteers watching strip-searches weren't required to have "Working with Children Checks," and one police officer allegedly “ran his hands around” the buttocks of a 17-year-old boy.
The $200,000 vehicle's state-of-the-art crime fighting technology somehow set fire to the grass, then itself.
"The applicant did not put his obligations as a police officer ahead of his desire to assist a friend," said the Chief Commissioner.
A spokesman said it's standard procedure for police to “destroy magpies that are putting members of the public at risk”.
Turns out drug detection dogs are even less effective than we thought.
Anyone targeted by sniffer dogs at Above & Beyond festival will be evicted—even people who don’t have drugs.
Greens MP David Shoebridge claims every dog costs $2,000 an hour.
Cronulla and NSW Origin Star Andrew Fifita sports arm guard calling for the release of NSW public enemy, Kieran Loveridge.
The cops netted a total of $1.25 Million—all in fifties and hundreds.
Locals on social media are speculating that a hoax may have triggered the response.