Australian police escorted from New South Scotland
Two Australian constables from the New South Wales Police Force have been escorted from the Austenasian Crown Dependency of New South Scotland.
The two police constables are reported to have been harassing visitors to New South Scotland (which is surrounded by the Australian state of New South Wales) by asking visitors of the crown dependency for identification in a rude manner.
A constable from New South Scotland’s own police force, the New South Scotland Constabulary, then asked the Australian police to leave.
The Australian police were reportedly escorted from New South Scotland by the constable, who was assisted by a group of socialists visiting from Australia who to the amusement of others sang the Internationale while escorting the Australian constables out.
New South Wales Police Force is not thought to have made any formal comment on the incident.