Right on Ed. I did laugh at this, but I am not entirely sure why. Perhaps it was just a slight exaggeration on what actually occurs.
‘I Second That Emotion’, a song of long ago.
We Australians are a naïve lot but stuff like that happens in the World, just look at a “Hindoo” commuter train. I dearly wish that I could haul each and every politician, ABC/SBS/Fairfax mob to some of the places I have been in this bloody cruel old World to open the bastards eyes to what goes on.
I expect those bags are full of their pleasures – goats?
Bloody good trucks them Mercs
Dutton must be directed to stop this form of immigration! It is a good job Australia is an island.
I bet the driver is mumbling “Geez, I wish I’d never signed up to be an Uber driver.”
no seat belts, and no helmets. Australia has so many road rules/
Lorraine: How right you are, it is really ridiculous the amount of road ‘rules’ we are supposed to abide by nowadays, yet the road toll continues to rise, probably because instead of watching the road ahead, drivers are watching the speedo to ensure they don’t go over the limit by even one kilometer per hour, or they are up for substantial speed tax.
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