The vehicle was spotted by South Wales Police early this morning. The car was stopped in Mumbles near Swansea Bay. A social media post on Twitter revealed that the occupants of the vehicle told officers they had travelled to Swansea to “ghost hunt and view castles”. The four individuals were issued fixed penalties for breaching coronavirus rules and their car was seized.
In a Tweet, South Wales Police Swansea attached a picture of the car.
They wrote: “#Team 3 Town Hill have stopped a car in #Mumbles this morning with four people from #Cwmbran who had come to ghost hunt and view castles.
“Covid fixed penalties issued.
“Also driver had no insurance and a provisional licence.”
“Car seized and long walk home!”
The people had travelled more than 50 miles from Cwmbran to Swansea.
It was also revealed the driver had no insurance and only had a provisional licence.
Level 4 restrictions in Wales have been in place since December 20.
Coronavirus rules state you must stay at home, social distance from those you don’t live with or who are not in your support bubble and that only essential travel is permitted.
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