Cops who drove down pedestrian walkway at a farmers market blasted for overkill

Coronavirus cops are accused of going too far when they drove their patrol car down a pedestrian walkway at a farmers market - and they didn't fine a single customer Police have been slammed for driving their patrol car into a pedestrian walkway Queensland officers infiltrated a farmers market in Brisbane on Sunday morning Video was captured of the patrol car driving slowly through the market stalls Organisers blasted police for their actions and say foot patrol would've sufficed    Learn more about how to help people impacted by COVID

By Lauren Ferri For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 09:37 BST, 13 April 2020 | Updated: 09:51 BST, 13 April 2020

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Queensland police officers have been blasted for driving their patrol car into the middle of the pedestrian walkway at a farmers market. 

Organisers of the Northey Street Organic Farmers Market in Brisbane were furious when police turned up to the market on Sunday in a car rather than on foot. 

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Organisers blasted the actions of the police officers, and argued the market was 'safe and compliant' to coronavirus restrictions.   

Queensland police officers have been slammed by organisers of a farmers market for driving their patrol car into the middle of the pedestrian walkway

Queensland police officers have been slammed by organisers of a farmers market for driving their patrol car into the middle of the pedestrian walkway

'Police are welcome at our market to check we are complying to government regulations,' they wrote.

'What is not OK is to drive INTO our market with pedestrians and children and park in a that hinders physical distancing by blocking an aisle.

'We welcome foot

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