Bastard Aussies are already sending their unwanted s#it


What you’re seeing above isn’t rain.  It seems we already have a lot of Australian refugees right here!

A vast swarm of bugs that covered much of the northern half of the North Island last night and this morning has been caught on the Metservice weather radar.

MetService do not know what it was and entomologists are puzzled.

But there is a strong suspicion that it is an unwanted Australian heading home.  

Awesome.  Does that mean we can send any unwanted refugees back to Australia as well?

One was convinced it was the Tasmanian grass grub and another suspected huge swarm of aphids.

“I have no idea,” said Bugman Ruud Kleinpaste told Stuff.

“I would suggest go up in the air in aeroplane stick out a butterfly net and see what you catch.”

And if that’s what an expert says, I guess we might send him there as well.

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