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Britain’s lockdown: It’s now illegal to look at snow

Britain’s lockdown have finally reached the lunatic stage. British police just fined four men, in four separate cars, who were sitting in their vehicles looking at the massive snow fall that recently hit the British Isles. The four men were each fined £200 for “looking at snow.”

Breitbart explains:

A British police force stopped four men in their cars and fined them £200 each for “looking at the snow”, in the latest incident of snow cops penalising Britons for apparently enjoying the winter weather during lockdown.

Almost seven inches of snow fell in parts of the United Kingdom, prompting many Britons to bask in the wonder of the weather phenomenon rarely seen in abundance in much of the country, even at the height of winter.

Surrey Police’s road policing unit revealed on Monday that it had “stopped two cars that were travelling in convoy with each other in Guildford.

“The cars contained four men, all from different households and said they were… ‘Out looking at the snow.’ Four £200 Covid fines issued.”

READ: UK COVID Cops Fine Men for Looking at Snow

My only advice to Brits is to wear sunglasses when you go out and the police can never be certain you were really looking at the snow. It is called reasonable doubt.

Of course, British police recently fined two women who went for a walk. Because the two were carrying coffee, a police officer fined them for going on a picnic. READPolice who fined two women £200 for socially-distanced country walk are slammed by ex-chief constable who says ‘if police don’t act fairly, public won’t comply’

And for the record, according to the global warming experts, snow was supposed to be extinct in Britain.

In 2,000, Dr David Viner, a senior research scientist with England’s University of East Anglia climate research unit told the British paper The Independent:

“Children just aren’t going to know what snow is.”

He then added that “snow will become ‘a very rare and exciting event.’”

The East Anglia’s climate unit was behind most of the research for the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change reports.

READ: Snowfalls are now just a thing of the past

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