If things weren't so serious, some of the behaviour we are seeing of late might just make you laugh.
But with coronavirus cases having spiralled out of control in Victoria, it's no laughing matter. People are dying, businesses are in the fight of their lives to survive, and some people have had to sacrifice their livelihoods in the interests of flattening the second surge of this virus.
Long may we have pondered why the chicken crossed the road (to get to the other side) but why a Melbourne resident decided to drive to Wodonga and blatantly breach the orders of the Chief Health Officer? He wanted a Big Mac. Yes, it's sillier than any of the punch lines for the age old chicken joke.
The case was revealed by Police Minister Lisa Neville on Saturday, as Victoria's new cases of the virus were in the triple figures again.
"We are still seeing appalling behaviour that I know Victorians are fed up with, I am fed up with it," she said.
Spot on Minister. We are totally fed up with it. It's beyond comprehension some people are so completely unmoved by this crisis. It's no doubt why Queensland passed legislation to allow for prison terms to be applied to those breaching coronavirus health restrictions.
Don't even get me started on those who seem to think wearing a mask for the sake of their own safety and that of others is some kind of violation of their human rights. Amazing that while showing such a lack of humanity, these objectors like to invoke their "human rights".
The very sad and frightening thing is that the longer people in hotspot corona areas continue to try to flout the rules, the longer this goes on, and the further it spreads and the more people will get sick, and the more people will die. If that's not motivation to do the right thing, I honestly don't know what is.