A Perth influencer has hit back after being accused of breaking the city's lockdown rules.
The Western Australia capital has gone into a sudden five-day lockdown after a hotel quarantine security worker tested positive for coronavirus.
Quarantine rules include only leaving home for essential shopping, access to medical services and for one hour exercise a day.
YouTuber and Instagram model Emily Davies was accused of exceeding the one hour limit.
Davies posted a photo to her 381,000 Instagram followers, revealing her exercise time on her apple watch - one hour and 17 minutes.
This sparked outrage from social media users, who was furious she had broken the rules.
"Day one and people are already above the rules," one person commented.
But Davies quickly defended herself and said this had been taken out of context.
"I just wanted to touch base on something I posted on my stories earlier this morning that has been completely taken out of context," she wrote on her Instagram stories.
"This morning I did my hourly exercise outside of the house. This lasted no longer than one hour and was within the allowed 5km radius (3.5 there and back). I also stopped off at a cafe to buy takeaway."
She went on to claim her Apple watch had been running the whole time.
"At no stage did I breach the lockdown restrictions that have been imposed," she continued.
"I take these restrictions very seriously and have always and will always follow government advice surrounding this. It's really disappointing and upsetting to have something like this completely taken out of context."
She added: "Stop being so quick to jump to conclusions. Foul."