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Deborah Hutton is caught breaking into a shut-down Sydney beach for a swim during COVID-19 crisis

Sydney’s beach culture has been brought to a grinding halt after local councils banned entry to popular coastal spots to limit the spread of coronavirus.

But not even a government-mandated closure could stop Deborah Hutton from heading out for a swim in the eastern suburb of Tamarama on Friday.

The media personality, 58, was caught breaking into the fenced-off beach at Mackenzies Bay, one week after it had been closed off to the public.

Can’t fence her out! Deborah Hutton, 58, was caught breaking into a shut-down Sydney beach for a swim at Mackenzies Bay, Sydney, during the COVID-19 crisis last Friday 

Wearing a beach towel across her shoulders, Deborah was pictured approaching the metal fence surrounding the area.

Deborah, who lives in nearby Bronte, carefully slid through an opening in the barricade while holding onto the metal bars for support. 

Dressed for a day in the sun, the former model wore a floaty, blue and white kaftan and a pair of white flip-flops. 

Let me in! Wearing a beach towel across her shoulders, Deborah was seen approaching the metal fence surrounding the area

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Sliding in: She carefully slid through an opening in the barricades while holding onto the metal for support

Glamorous: Dressed for a day in the sun, the former model wore a floaty, blue-and-white kaftan and a pair of white flip-flips

Bathing beauty: The Skin Cancer Foundation ambassador slicked her hair back into a chignon and covered her eyes with a pair of sunglasses

The Skin Cancer Foundation ambassador slicked her hair back into a chignon and concealed her gaze behind dark sunglasses.   

After making it inside the secluded area, Deborah made her way down the rocky shore and stripped down to a white halter-neck swimming costume. 

The plunging one-piece ensemble showcased the magazine editor’s age-defying physique and deep golden tan to perfection.   

White hot! After making it inside the secluded area, Deborah made her way down the rocky shore and stripped down to a white halter-neck swimming costume

Glowing: Deborah also went completely makeup free, showcasing her naturally flawless complexion

Staying active: Fitness-loving Deborah was seen prancing through the shallows 

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Deborah also went completely makeup free, showcasing her naturally flawless complexion. 

Daily Mail Australia has reached out to Deborah for comment. 

Bondi’s council area of Waverley – where Mackenzie Bay is located- has become a coronavirus hotspot in recent weeks. 

Luxury look: Deborah accessorised her look with several bracelets and silver rings 

Hot spot: Bondi’s council area of Waverley – where Mackenzie Bay is located- has become a coronavirus hotspot in recent weeks

Locked out: On March 27th, Waverley Council officially banned entry into several beaches including Bondi, Tamarama, Bronte, as well as Mackenzies Bay

On March 22nd, Prime Minister Scott Morrison blasted ‘negligent’ beach-goers on after thousands of people crammed onto Bondi Beach despite social distancing rules. 

‘There is no excuse to say you do not know [about social distancing rules]. You have to keep your healthy distance between each other,’ he said during a press conference. 

‘If Australians cannot do that, if they can’t do that on a broader scale, they are denying the Government and authorities the most important weapon we have to save lives and to save livelihoods.’ 

Cracking down: NSW Police now have the powers to issue on the spot $1000 fines and prosecute individuals and corporations for breaching Public Health Order directions

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Penalties: The maximum penalty for individuals is a fine of up to $11,000 and or six months jail

On March 27th, Waverley Council officially banned entry into several beaches including Bondi, Tamarama, Bronte, as well as Mackenzies Bay.  

NSW Police now have the powers to issue on the spot $1000 fines and prosecute individuals and corporations for breaching Public Health Order directions.

The maximum penalty for individuals is a fine of up to $11,000 and or six months jail. 

As of Wednesday morning, there are 6,089 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Australia, including 51 deaths. 

Pandemic: As of Wednesday morning, there are 6,089 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Australia, including 51 deaths

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