Ex-F1 driver's daughter gives thumbs up on 'Covid breaching boat journey' to Isle of Bute under cover of darkness
THIS is the moment the Marquess of Bute's daughter gives the thumbs up while filming herself taking a boat to the Scots island during a 'covid breaching' trip under the cover of darkness.
It is claimed John Crichton-Stuart, 62, and daughter Lola, 21, fled to Bute on Sunday following a Tier 4 lockdown announcement for London and other parts of the UK.
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Five others have been charged alongside the pair, including a 90-year-old woman.
The toff’s main home is in London, where coronavirus cases have doubled in the last week due to a mutant strain.
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But a video appeared on Lola's Instagram stories earlier this week appearing to show her decked out in a lifejacket on her way to the island in a dinghy.
The video is now gone from her open Insta page, which has over 15,700 followers, but has been shared on social media.
Lola gives a thumbs up to the camera with the caption "Tier 4 journey".
A third of England is now in Tier 4 – the new highest level of lockdown restrictions.
It's then followed by a picture of her and the caption "Isle of Bute".
After slashing Christmas bubbles to one day, Boris Johnson told the public not to travel outwith Tier 4 areas from 12.01am on Sunday.
Nicola Sturgeon also announced travel ban over the border.
The Marquess, a former F1 driver who raced under the name Johnny Dumfries , has several properties on the Isle of Bute including Mount Stuart House and a family cottage.
A police spokesman said: “Three men aged 32, 62 and 69 years, and four women aged 21, 29, 60 and 90 have been charged in connection with alleged breaches under the coronavirus legislation and will be subject of a report to the Procurator Fiscal.”
The Bute family has been approached for comment.
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