The New South Wales government has taken to social media to poke fun at two best friends who 'married' each other to flout the state's Covid-19 restrictions.
The two private schoolboys 'tied the knot' in a fake backyard ceremony at a mansion on Sydney's Lower North Shore so they could host a formal after-party for 150 guests.
A friend of the pair from the prestigious Sydney Grammar School posted photos of the November 12 ceremony on social media, telling Brown Cardigan his mates got married so they could have a bigger party.
The NSW government Facebook page on Tuesday made light of the incident with a mock Covid-19 Review.
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The New South Wales government has taken to Facebook to poke fun at two best mates who married each other to flout the state's Covid-19 restrictions
The mock quiz by the NSW government asks the question 'Are you allowed to fake a wedding?'
The satirical quiz asks several questions about public gatherings including 'Are you allowed to fake a wedding?'
The post which is captioned - 'Year 12s, this is one quiz you can ace, right?' - can be seen with a large circle around the answer 'No' accompanied by a tick and an A plus grading.
Under NSW Covid-19 restrictions at the time of the mock wedding between students, outdoor gatherings were limited to 30 people while indoor events were capped at 10.
Those figures have since risen to 50 outside and 30 inside, with restrictions eased last week.
But up to 150 guests can attend a wedding as long as the venue maintains strict social distancing protocols.
And it was this loophole the young men were trying to exploit.
But things didn't go exactly to plan for the mischievous mates from the