Several anti-lockdown demonstrators have been detained in Melbourne after weekend clashes with police.
Three demonstrators were arrested on Sunday during what they attended a “Freedom March,” a 17-year-old boy and two other men aged 18 and 22.
The officers pursued hundreds of protesters, who were mainly young men, down Broadmeadows streets.
They claimed to have done one house of exercise they were allowed by the law.
The group of approximately 30 raised flares and disrupted traffic as they marched to Broadmeadows from Roxburgh Park.
Vision from the demonstrations shows the crowd breaking a fence while they were attempting to run from police.
The detained men would be released with notices of violation for violating the orders and traffic-related offences of the Chief Health Officer.
Police continue to investigate the protest and will consider issuing additional fines.
Five people have been fined in a separate protest for gathering in Dandenong near the George Andrews Reserve.
During the weekend Victoria reported another 208 cases and 29 deaths.