Pakistani sailor who jumped off a livestock ship and snuck into Australia hands ...

Pakistani sailor who jumped off a livestock ship and snuck into Australia in a huge Covid quarantine breach hands himself into police after an urgent state-wide search overnight A major Covid quarantine breach saw a Pakistani sailor sneak into Australia The man and his crew were ordered to stay aboard their cargo ship in Townsville But the man leaped off the ship and into a white van before disappearing  His fellow crew members are now trying to claim urgent asylum in Australia 

By Alana Mazzoni and Kylie Stevens For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 21:15 BST, 2 May 2021 | Updated: 21:16 BST, 2 May 2021

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A Pakistani sailor who jumped off a livestock ship and snuck into Australia has handed himself into police following a frantic overnight manhunt.

The a Pakistani national escaped quarantine by jumping off a ship moored in North Queensland.

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The crew member was on livestock ship Polaris 3 when he breached international quarantine rules by jumping overboard while the vessel was docked in Townsville on Saturday night.

It's understood the the border jumper made it to land and left the port in a white van.

He is right now in

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