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March 27, 2008


Wombat rape.

Key Quote:
"I'll retract the rape complaint from the wombat, because he's pulled out,'' Cradock told the operator at the communications centre, who had no idea what he was talking about, Mr Stringer said.

(Thanks to Keli Minick and sjhaller and DavCat)


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First to say no one has any idea what he is talking about.

I read the name as Cracock. My bad. Must have coffee!

Wombat Rape = kinky Muskrat Love?

Here's to hoping that alcohol has played a big part in the Wombat's life.

Poor wombat. Hmmm, maybe the wombat should be tested to be sure that it did not pick up an infectious bug from this idiot.

"the charge of using a phone for a fictitious purpose,..."

*glad my prank phone call days are behind me*

"Mr Stringer said alcohol had played a big part in Cradock's life. However, defence lawyer Michael Vesty said alcohol was not a problem that day."

Nope. No problem.

Undoctored photograph of a real honest-to-goodness wombat (don't know who she is, but she doesn't seem all that afraid to give the poor thing a hug...)

So, a New Zealander is now speaking "Australian". How could anyone tell?

From my files of "w-a-y too much information" ... some work-safe background information from Australian press ... (please don't ask me why I have these files) ...


That is the funniest article I've read in at least fifteen minutes. I fell off my chair laughing when I read it, which was awkward because I was on the phone with my boss. Who would have guessed that being almost raped by a wombat would make you speak Australian, and they say alcohol was not invloved. Honestly, that was the most fun I've had all year without handcuffs and whipped cream. Thanks.

When I was in college, I played on a touch football team which we named The Wasted Wombats. We were drunk at the time.

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