Andrew Williams pulled over by North Shore police

from the tipline:

7.10pm this evening driving into Takapuna on Hurstmere Rd. Spotted cop with flashing blue lights stopped interviewing driver facing going to Milford about Minihaha Rd. On closer view it was the Clown being stopped. Dropped off my passenger at Spencer Hotel and on way back, now two cops interviewing the clown. Seems a more senior one was called in.  Couldn’t get a pic while driving unfortunately…

The Whales deep sources on the North Shore inform him that the incident actually began at 7:05pm.

Today is the last business day of the North Shore City and it would seem that Andrew Williams is up to his old tricks. Worse still he was stopped in the council provided car, his now infamous black Nissan Maxima.

Questions that need asking and answering:

  • Why was ex-Mayor Andrew Williams pulled over by Police?
  • Why were additional resources dispatched to the incident?
  • Why does he still have his council provided car?
  • Were the mayoral chains on the back seat or the passenger seat beside him?
  • Are they his “precious”?
The Mad ex-Mayor of North Shore, Andrew Williams

The Mad ex-Mayor of North Shore, Andrew Williams


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