Earlier in the day, Racing NSW also brought forward the barrier draw "to circumvent any security risks that may exist".
Betting on The Everest has been suspended as of midday Tuesday, with the revelation the barrier draw has been conducted but will only be made public on Tuesday night via the publicised Opera House projection.
A crowd of several hundred people gathered in the Opera House forecourt chanting and using torches to stop the light display.
Broadcaster Alan Jones was accused of bullying in an on-air interview with Opera House chief executive Louise Herron, an accusation he initially refuted before publicly apologising.
The apology came hours after The Chaser had taken matters into their own hands, with a stunt that saw them project what was "apparently" Jones' real phone number onto a number of Sydney landmarks including the Opera House.
Luckily for Jones, as it turns out, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian is a gutless Jones puppet can caved in immediately, overturning the actual documented rules of the Sydney Opera House so that Jones' pals could get their way.
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"I don't believe my words or actions qualify as those of a bully or a misogynist but there are clearly many people who do", Jones said on 2GB.
Since last Friday, more than 250,000 people have signed an online petition calling for Herron's decision to be upheld.
At the same time in Melbourne, Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews's Facebook account trolled the advertisement, and Sydney itself, with one smug post that said: "Look, I don't think advertising belongs on the Opera House either".
When asked whether projecting the promotion onto the sails was legal, a spokesman for Heritage Minister Gabrielle Upton pointed to the same exemptions they had been questioned over.
Mr Quint said the government still hadn't explained how projecting advertising onto the sails adhered to the exemptions. The guidelines have always been stretched in the part and the commercialisation of the Opera House has always been there.