An inner investigation has been launched after cartons of beer have been present in a police automobile within the distant north-west Queensland neighborhood of Doomadgee on Monday.
- The Queensland Police Service says a “complete investigation” into the allegation is underway
- Doomadgee locals protested outdoors the police station on Monday evening
- Native man Christopher Toby says they’re sad at “the double requirements”
The city has been underneath alcohol restrictions for greater than a decade.
Photographs shared to social media present two cartons of mid-strength beer at the back of a police automotive in Doomadgee.
Native resident Christopher Toby mentioned he was in bushland in search of native fruits when he noticed a gaggle of individuals unloading a number of cartons of alcohol from a automotive.
Mr Toby mentioned on nearer inspection he recognized the group as cops who weren’t in uniform.
He mentioned a police patrol automobile was then used to move beer into Doomadgee.
Present restrictions restrict alcohol to two cartons of 30 cans of mid-strength beer per particular person with no choice to buy alcohol contained in the neighborhood.
Police confirmed an inner investigation had been launched.
“This investigation will look at any illegal conduct by cops together with inappropriate use of police autos.”
Protests have been held outdoors the police station on Monday evening.
“We have known as for a gathering with the native regulation enforcement as a result of this is not proper they usually should be held accountable.”