The Australian police went surfing in assault boat

Australian police seized an assault boat with the cost of 650 thousand dollars to get to the popular surfing Cape Corsair Rock, Victoria, after he was finished with the anti-terrorist exercises. On Thursday, March 9, reports the Australian newspaper the Age.

According to the publication, the incident occurred last Thursday. Policemen who participated in anti-terrorist exercises in the Bay of Port Phillip, used inflatable boat with rigid hull, to get to the Cape, considered one of the most remote places in Victoria and is popular with surfers.

The Sergeant and senior constable, who used the ship for personal reasons, was fined. It is noted that they are officers of the marine police.

The publication adds that to Cape Le Corsaire-Rock can be reached exclusively by water. It is close to the National Park point Nepean and, according to BBC News, is one of the best places for surfing in the state.