Queensland Resident Puts Bins Out in Unicorn Costume During COVID-19 Lockdown

Putting on a show during their limited scope to leave the house during Australia’s coronavirus lockdown, one resident of Hervey Bay, Queensland, put out their recycling bin in a bright unicorn costume on April 3.

“Sprinkling some unicorn love from Hervey Bay,” Kristy Lee Duffy posted to Facebook.

People in multiple locations across Australia posted videos of themselves and their family members putting garbage and recycling bins on the kerb for collection dressed up in outlandish costumes amid the nation’s coronavirus lockdown, which mandated that people only leave the house for exercise, medical needs, work and essential shopping.

There were 5,224 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Australia on April 3, according to health authorities. There was an increase of 248 confirmed cases from the day before. Credit: Kristy Lee Duffy via Storyful