"They will remember that one for a long time", Patton stated.
"Victoria Police Chief Commissioner Shane Patton explained the freaky story at a press conference, saying: "[The paramedics] spoke to the people at KFC and subsequently, there was a report made to us, we got the registration number of the auto and we followed through and went to that address in Dandenong.
According to Patton, ambulance officials "were at a KFC at Dandenong and while they were getting something to eat they saw two people in there and they were ordering 20 meals at 1.30 this morning".
"That is absolutely ridiculous that type of behaviour, and it's a very expensive night", said Victoria's police commissioner Shane Patton.
Following a brief chat with the pair, paramedics alerted police who received the number plate and stumbled upon an illegal house party with 16 people.More news: EU's Barnier says significant differences persist in Brexit talks
A group celebrating a birthday celebration in Melbourne, Australia, was slapped with a $18,050 fine for violating coronavirus lockdown rules after police followed a KFC delivery order to its destination.
'That is a heck of a birthday party to recall.
"This type of blatant obvious deliberate disregard for the Chief Health Officer's guidelines", he said.
"That is $AU26,000 ($US18,000) that birthday party is costing them", he said.
A couple from Docklands who tried to visit their holiday house on Phillip Island at 1:30am on Friday were also fined. The apartment was being used as a brothel.More news: Nod to skin drug for Covid-19
'They (the sex workers) were on a break when we attended. And there were nearly 1,000 spot checks on people at homes, businesses and public places across the state. The urgency of this lockdown can't be disputed, though, with the state reporting 288 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday.
"We said we would be increasing our enforcement and we are, and there are a range of issues over the city last night where there were parties, people who were drunk and out and about", Commissioner Patton said.
Residents in metropolitan Melbourne are subject to stay-at-home orders and can only leave home for essential work, study, exercise or care responsibilities.
"It will get worse before it gets better", Victoria's Premier Daniel Andrews told the media today. "Lived to the spirit and the law of those four reasons, because that is what will get us through this".More news: With 2,089 New COVID-19 Cases, Delhi's Tally Reaches 1,09,140