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Specifically mentioned in the new legislation are so-called dragon's dens (when a person is secured by rope, chain or handcuffs to an anchor point inside the centre of a tube of steel), sleeping dragons (by concreting the "dragon's den" within a 44-gallon drum), monopoles and tripods.
A new offence will be created to outlaw using a dangerous attachment device to "unreasonably interfere with the ordinary operation of transport infrastructure" and comes with a maximum penalty of up to two years' jail or a fine of up to $6,672.50.
Another new offence will ban using those same devices to prevent people from entering or leaving a business or to stop it from operating, with a maximum penalty of one year's jail or a $2,669 fine.
originally posted by: crayzeed
I'm quite sure that there is already laws that could control these people, but the police do not want to enforce them.
One comes to mind Criminal obstruction.