Rolf Harris, Border Force and dry humping all have something in common

Rolf Harris, Border Force and dry humping all have something in common

4 September, 2015. 11:04

ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact

[dropcap]I[/dropcap]T’S NOT THAT they’re all embarrassing now, all of these horrible things were discussed this week in the Betoota Advocate podcast. After a report was released by Her Majesty’s Prison Service earlier this week, The Advocate sent Errol Parker to the UK to investigate claims that British entertainer Rolf Harris was being treated like his iconic wobble board by fellow inmates. Upon arriving in Stafford, near the British city Liverpool, Errol went to work canvassing the public for their opinions on the matter and Mr Harris himself. Most respondents didn’t care enough about the disgraced Australian-born sex criminal to give comment, but Errol did run into one of Rolf’s former inmates.

From there, the perennial issue of gun control in the US was also reported on, with a special appearance for Miami folk artist Bobby Shmurda. Mr Shmurda penned the now famous Southern ballads Hot N*gga and Hot Boy. Sam Gilmour from KBBL FOX24 Orlando also stopped by to tell us about guns and our Jewish overlords in New York.

Back in Queensland, Clancy Overell reported on the Border Force farce which saw the federal government seek to “randomly” stop people in Melbourne and check their “papers”. The plan was met with unbridled backlash from each anti-fascist Australian person, which turns out is the overwhelming majority. Sniffer dogs were set be deployed to smell out any un-Australian flavours and dishes, such as curries and tacos. The Abbott Administration is fairly certain that only foreign people eat foreign food.

On that bombshell, until next week.

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