When Leo Molloy Has To Police Your Laws You Know Something Is Wrong
Eccentric bar mogul and often Agent Provocateur, Leo Molloy runs a bar and restaurant in Auckland called Headquarters. It is not everyone's cup of tea and I suggest only turning
left around and then right at the top of the stairs to avoid the west HQ which is at times a bogan zoo. But those who like it love it. It has an excellent sense of community and the staff are all wonderful even when they can get a bit scratchy.
Anyway, behind all the self-brand management he is a G.C and loves New Zealand and his punters.
So when his protests at shutting down Auckland were in vain he decided to play Policeman and tell the punters what is really happening in Auckland right now and how hypocritical and bloody useless the enforcement of laws has become.
If you really think tourists are going to self-isolate, you're dreaming. You always were dreaming. Sit in a hotel room for 14 days? Come on.
The only countries who have successfully managed this have been ones who provided a GPS wristband or cellphone tracker. In other words the Asian countries who were ready. There is the tech and the precedent and no-one in New Zealand bothered to copy it.