Breaking…a sweat! Moment fitness instructor’s online class is interrupted by three police officers

A fitness instructor’s online class was interrupted by three police officers who were given an incorrect tip off saying she was breaking coronavirus restrictions.  

Louise Lewis, 40, had disco lights and loud music on at her Aspire Fitness Studio at Rhos on Sea, north Wales, when she heard banging on the door.  

Ms Lewis stopped the music and went to check who was there, and was relieved to see it was three policewomen. 

Louise Lewis, 40, had disco lights and was playing loud music at her Aspire Fitness Studio at Rhos on Sea, North Wales, when there was banging on the door

Three policewomen turned up after a complaint that the fitness instructor could have been breaking Covid rules 

The officers were probing a complaint that Ms Lewis may have been breaking Covid rules, but she let them inside to see an empty workout area. 

Ms Lewis said: ‘I haven’t broken any rules because all my classes are online. I was happy that they were there, proved that I was doing things correctly.’

Louise added: ‘The girls were online, I was minding my own business and the banging happened. It freaked me out. When I went outside to see who it was I was so relieved it was the police.

‘We have to abide by the regulations to keep our businesses afloat.. It’s really sad, I have lost a lot of business, but I am keeping going doing as much as I can with my online classes.’

Louise added: 'The girls were online, I was minding my own business and the banging happened. It freaked me out. When I went outside to see who it was I was so relieved it was the police'

Louise added: 'The girls were online, I was minding my own business and the banging happened. It freaked me out. When I went outside to see who it was I was so relieved it was the police'

Louise added: 'The girls were online, I was minding my own business and the banging happened. It freaked me out. When I went outside to see who it was I was so relieved it was the police'

Louise added: 'The girls were online, I was minding my own business and the banging happened. It freaked me out. When I went outside to see who it was I was so relieved it was the police'

Louise added: ‘The girls were online, I was minding my own business and the banging happened. It freaked me out. When I went outside to see who it was I was so relieved it was the police’

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