But he didn’t take it, because Miles escaped by lowering himself four stories high along the sheets to freedom. That lasted only 8 hours, however, as the police tracked him down in the suburb of Mount Lawley and took him to a real prison. He has tested negative for the corona virus, but now has to go to jail until the beginning of August because the official two-week quarantine will then expire.
He was brought before a judge via video link on Tuesday and is charged with disobeying official regulations and giving false information to authorities. When the quarantine period is over, he can appear in person again in court.
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