More than 8000 people have flown into Queensland from NSW ahead of the border closing at 1am on Saturday, while thousands more flocked over via road. Airlines added an additional 17 flights between Sydney and Brisbane on Friday to deal with increased demand, …

More than 8000 people have flown into Queensland from NSW ahead of the border closing at 1am on Saturday, while thousands more flocked over via road. Airlines added an additional 17 flights between Sydney and Brisbane on Friday to deal with increased demand, …

Coronavirus conspiracy theorist Eve Black, who laughed her way through a police checkpoint and was later dramatically arrested, has been revealed as a topless waitress.
Ms Black appears in raunchy photos on websites including Chase Strippers, where she is listed as a topless waitress under the stage name Eden.
She is also listed on another site as a topless waitress with details including her height, eye and hair colour with a background of Australian/Greek.
The Herald Sun reports Ms Black was a major hit last year at a notorious Melbourne swingers party.
She had been booked to play an angel for the headline performance of the good and evil theme, but organisers felt she was better suited to playing the devil, which she did with gusto, according to the paper.
One Melbourne punter told the Herald Sun, Of all the toppys weve had to the house in between lockdowns, Eden was the best, using slang for topless waitress.
It comes as Ms Black faces a fine of up to $10,000 over her selfish viral social media stunt, which sparked widespread condemnation.
Ms Black was dramatically arrested in Melbourne on Wednesday, a week after she was filmed laughing her way through a police checkpoint.
She uploaded a video of herself arguing with a police officer at a coronavirus checkpoint in Bunyip on July 23. She was detained just before 2pm on July 29 in an arrest that forced police to smash her car window.
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