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May 14, 2013


Witches flying broomsticks in Swaziland above 150 metres will be subject to arrest and a hefty fine of R500 000, civil aviation authorities said, according to a report.

The Good News: No penalties exist for witches flying below 150 metres.

(Thanks to Ron G.)


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Will they be forced down by the Swaziland Piper Cub Air Force?

Suppose you are flying above 150 metres on a broomstick, but you are actually Harry Potter and not an actual witch? What about Peter Pan? This law is going to face serious challenges.

Well, sure. You don't want to interfere with air traffic control...if any.

You do NOT want to interfere with a Swazi witch woman & her BIG

...um,...B roomstick

Does this apply to angels too?

Most of the witches around here drive pickup trucks...

cindy -
you're safe ;)

me, not so much...

What if they're on mops? Or vacuum cleaners?

Do Swiffers get a pass?

The funniest thing about this is that when I read the headline initially, I thought it said "Switzerland."

Unfortunately, my daughter and I were over the age limit when we recently visited this splendid training facility.

Thanks ligirl. Hey, wait a minute!

Quidditch way did he go?

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