Kate Langbroek is resorting to desperate measures to get her family out of Italy and back to Australia.
WATCH: Kate Langbroek hopes her family gets deported from Italy after run-in with police
The radio star has been living in Bologna since early 2019 after she and her family upped sticks for a gap year together in the European country.
However, she's now so keen to leave Italy after the COVID-19 pandemic sent the country into extreme lockdown that she's willing to get deported.
Speaking to Fox FM's Hughsey and Ed on Wednesday, Kate said her husband Peter has even had a run in with local cops after supposedly breaking lockdown rules.
"[The police] held him up for 40 minutes," Kate said of the incident.
"They basically interrogated him and gave him a piece of paper (which he signed) even though it was in Italian, and he couldn't understand it. It said he's being sued by the police," she continued.
"I laughed and said: 'Good, I hope they deport us. It's the only way we can get out of here!'"
She went on to reveal how she and Peter were also pulled over by police on Good Friday.
The couple were walking to the shops to buy Easter eggs when they were stopped by police who said they couldn't be outside together.
"I was so annoyed. I hate the one size fits all rule," raged Kate.
"I said, 'I've got four children at home, that's a lot of food, that's a lot of carrying on my own'. They were a bit surprised by how aggressive I was," she mused.
Last month, during an appearance this morning on Sunrise, Kate Langbroek revealed she is stuck in the middle of the coronavirus outbreak.
She told Seven's Sunrise the "normally vibrant place has suddenly got a chill about it".
The Australian radio star and her family have been living in Italy since January 2019 on an extended gap year.
"Until last night we were living relatively normally, then the Premier of Italy declared the whole country a red zone and everything changed overnight," she said from her Bologna apartment.
"Supermarkets are only open Monday-Friday during the day, everything has to close at 6pm, there’s no school and we’ve been told this will continue until April the third.
"Normally vibrant places are absolutely dead and people are regarding each other with a bit of suspicion now.
"There is suddenly a feeling of what was such a warm, vibrant place has now got a chill about it."