Cheeky Couple Travel 200 Miles to Enjoy the United Kingdom coronavirus lock squatting in a £ 300,000 holiday home.
Suspicious neighbors alerted the cops after the two men attempted to deceive residents and said they had just bought the house.
A neighbor told The Sun: “They must have spotted the place on a website and realized it was empty because of Covid-19.
“They arrived with a car, a van towing a motorbike – they also had their own pots and pans.
“To begin with, they said they bought the chalet – then they changed their story and said they were thinking of buying it. I smelled a rat and called the police.”
The beautiful holiday home overlooks Cardigan Bay and is usually rented for £ 1,500 per week in summer.
Another neighbor agreed that the house must appear to be a “perfect place for a lock” because of its breathtaking view.
Police released the couple without charge, but they received a fixed penalty notice for non-essential travel, reports The Sun.
This weekend, a minority could not resist rising temperatures and glorious holidays.
London’s parks were full of sun seekers, some clearly disregarding the rules of social distancing.
Groups were photographed at the top of Primrose Hill in north London.
Hyde Park was also littered with bathers, social distance being more and more difficult to respect in other green spaces.
The UK is on a strict lock since March 23 – travel has been limited and is only allowed if necessary.
Key workers are allowed to travel for work, and the British have been asked to stay home to isolate themselves to stop the spread of the coronavirus.