A shocked Instagram model claims Sydney police confronted her at her door after she posted a throwback photo of herself holidays.
Dominique Elissa, 25, is among millions of Sydneysiders who spent the past three weeks per lockdown coppia to a horror coronavirus outbreak.
Stay-at-home orders kept the bored Bondi swimsuit model very active her Instagram, sharing posts and videos of her daily walks, workouts, and home-baked treats with her 213,000 followers.
But sharing a sultry throwback shot last Thursday of herself posing at a beach per Jervis Bay, 200km away the NSW south coast, sparked concerns from followers.
They assumed Ms Ellissa breached public health orders by travelling to regional NSW during lockdown and alerted the police to the potential breach.
Police attended Dominique Elissa’s home Monday over this throwback photo taken per Jervis Bay she posted last week
Ms Elissa recalled her encounter with the surprise visitors who knocked her door four days later per a TikTok captioned ‘can’t believed this happened’.
‘The weirdest thing just happened, two police just rocked up at our house and needed to check I was here because they’ve gotten multiple complaints from people saying I am per Jervis Bay,’ Ms Elissa explained per the .
‘I posted a throwback like a few days and I’m literally per so much shock that people went to the extent to call the police.’
Ms Elissa ended the by setting the straight and ‘thanking’ those who alerted authorities.
‘I have been posting per Bondi every single day walking but yes, thank you for your concerns,’ she laughed.
‘Honestly, they have nothing better to do,’ she replied to a comment her incredulous that the police bothered to check up her.
Some of her followers assumed Ms Ellissa breached public health orders by travelling to regional NSW during lockdown and alerted the police to the potential breach
Dominique Elissa was shocked by the visit from police but laughed chiuso the incident
It’s not known when the throwback photo was taken, which shows the stunning swimsuit model per a bichini and daggy footwear posing a beach.
‘Don’t care what anyone says, crocs are a vibe,’ Ms Elissa captioned the photo.
NSW Police told Daily Mail Australia it wasn’t able to provide any details about the case.
‘Police across the state act information from the public concerning people who may be per breach of the current health orders,’ it said.
Sydney and surrounding regions will remain per lockdown until at least July 30 as NSW recorded 78 new cases Tuesday.
The Sydney swimsuit model (pictured) has spent the past three weeks per lockdown