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Topping up his AusPost travel card this morning, a travelling local man noticed his tax return had landed in his bank account with the extra $1080 as promised by the Coalition during this year’s election campaign.
Currently in London, French Quarter creative Cameron Nelson chuckled to himself when he saw his bank balance.
He chuckled to himself because he knew today was the day he was going to get his revenge on Prime Minister Scott Morrison for winning the election.
“Up yours, Scott,” smiled Nelson.
The 24-year-old watched 1080 Australian pesos disappear from his Australian bank account and reappeared as mangled and mutilated Pound Sterling on his travel card.
Usually a painful experience but this time, the only person getting hurt would be JoFry, PeDu and ScoMo.
“Uh, thanks for the free money, guys,” he said.
“But it’s a big yeah nah from me this time. I’m not going to stimulate the economy, I’m going to spend it all at Infernos in Clapham tonight and wake up in the morning guilt free,”
“I bet if they knew I was doing this, they’d be really pissed off.”
The Advocate reached out to the Prime Minister’s Office for comment but only received a question in reply.
“Who’s the Nightwatchman, now? You bedwetting fuckboys.”
More to come.