VIC Premier Dan Andrews Has Apparently Voted ‘Yes’ In Clowns’ Instagram Poll Asking If Cocaine Is OK In Lockdown

While NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has made a reputation for herself of being strictly anti-drug in recent years, VIC Premier Dan Andrews seems to have a completely contrasting view, voting ‘Yes’ in a poll asking whether cocaine is allowed in lockdown, as reported by Pedestrian.TV.

ICYMI, yesterday Greater Melbourne went back into Stage 3 lockdown as the number of coronavirus cases began to rise again. The city will remain in lockdown for six weeks in an effort to curb the rise.

As Melburnians begin to wonder what they can get up to across the next month and a half, Melbourne band Clowns took to Instagram to pose a question of whether nose beers are a goer while locked up in the house, while tagging Andrews’ Instagram account.

And, to almost everyone’s surprise, Andrews was one of over 200 people that responded ‘Yes’.

We’re almost positive this was an accident, but it’s important to remember that we also cannot rule anything out just yet.

While Melbourne has gone straight back into lockdown, other states are faring much better. Late last month, it was revealed that those Western Australia would be allowed to attend gigs almost as normal, with just the one person per 2 square metre restriction still in place.

Furthermore, concerts have started to pop up throughout New South Wales and Queensland, with acts like DMA’s, Lime Cordiale and Skegss returning to the stage.

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