The national scientific research body has today made a strange request.

In a phone call with NRL boss Peter V’Landys this morning, a group of researchers at the woefully underfunded CSIRO have asked for permission to undertake an anthropological field study at the Twin Waters Resort on the Sunshine Coast.

This comes after Brandon Smith (the Hectic Cheese) and Cam Munster revealed they are keeping the good times rolling, embracing the third sunrise since they won the Premiership on Sunday night.

With Bellamy unavailable to make comments as he’s currently drinking a 10 am Margarita poolside at a different end of the Sunny Coast resort, the CSIRO contacted NRL boss Peter V’landys about drop in on the bender.

“Please, it could be a landmark study into the human mind if we could just get a few hours watching the boys,” asked an excitable scientist who has survived 4 rounds of redundancies in the last few years because of the government’s war on science.

“Imagine the calibre of conversation currently taking place on the front deck of the Cheese’s balcony while they enjoy a couple of Miller Chills in moderation?”

“As of midday yesterday their brains have effectively entered another dimension, imagine what we could begin to understand about human cognition if we could get an insight into that?”

“From a chat about whether Cam could/should swim out to Goat Island, to whether Cheese should go and tell Craig he’s playing hooker next year, there’d obviously be a lot of good shit,”

Peter V’Landys is reportedly entertaining the idea, but for the protection of his players is more than likely to hose down the idea.

“Or let us drop in on Josh Addo-Car and Jessie Bromwich who currently trying to get into Underwater World with their ski goggles on,” said the scientist in a last-ditch plea.


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