Ghost-busted: ‘Long walk home’ for Cwmbran ghost-hunters caught in Mumbles
GHOST-HUNTERS from Cwmbran who travelled 60 miles to Mumbles during lockdown to “ghost hunt and view castles” ended up with fines and ‘a long walk home’.
The current lockdown rules being enforced in Wales state very clearly that you can only travel when essential.
Unfortunately for the four intrepid, paranormal adventurers, South Wales Police didn’t consider contacting spirit in Swansea to be essential travel.
Police handed out fines to the Ghost-hunters before seizing their vehicle due to the driver only having a provisional licence and no car insurance.
After dealing with the incident, South Wales Police tweeted it would be a “long walk home” for the ghost-hunters from Torfaen.
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