A bludgers tale

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Too afraid to face people for a job, but not to protest.

The welfare reforms have brought out all manner of bludgers to cry a tale of woe to a gullible media. Take Beau de Royce as a case in point.

“I’m going to counselling with ACC – I can’t even face people properly; I get too frightened and I hide – and yet they’re still trying to push me out into jobs”

Ok that’s understandable and could be a legitimate issue… but then the next comment is:

“I don’t want to go out pinching, I don’t want to go to jail, that’s horrible, so the only legal thing I know is prostitution.”  

Too afraid to talk to people (i.e. gets frightened and hides), yet considering to go into prostitution?  This doesn’t reconcile, doesn’t make sense, and is generally ridiculous.  She says ‘prostitution’ as if it is a bad thing.  It’s now a legal, genuine, entrepreneurial way to make a living and turn from a bludger into a tax paying contibutor to society.

Then you have to consider her claims of being able to face people…Especially when you consider she is talking to a reporter (in-front of cameras, etc.)…on Queen Street at a protest full of people. Add to that her contemplation of life as a hooker and you have to wonder if she can’t face people if she is going to only take it from behind from punters.

Sounds like a complete fraud. A quick tiki tour through her Facebook page shows that she has multiple cats…at least 4, there is a saving right there.

 


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  • Michael

    Don’t care what she is doing, as long as it’s legitimate employment. Make sure you file your IR3 each yeah. Thanks for your contribution.

  • metalnwood

    I see a great sales person in the making here. Prostitution? Thats wouldnt be easy. A bit like selling sand to the arabs. If she can pull it off (no pun intended) then I would imagine a lot of companies would want someone with her sales skills.

    • Dave

      INside sales thanks, yunno, telemarketing. Sometimes its better to keep a phone between your rep and the client.

  • blokeintakapuna

    Or, she could use the full 24 hours in each day and up-skill herself into better paying employment… or even self-employment.
    Or – she could move to where the work is – Christchurch – as a Construction labourer. She’d need to pass a drugs test though. If it’s good enough for a huge percentage of Engineers / Construction professionals to have to move to where the work is… after they’ve spent 4+ years at University getting a Degree, it should be good enough for her too.

  • LabTested

    If she can’t face people then Call Center work would be perfect.

    ..besides, Winston tells us that all the prostitution jobs have been taken by Asian Students

  • rouppe

    I was confused about “can’t face people” while outside noisily protesting in the street as well.

  • Macca

    Can’t you just read the headlines now:-

    ‘BENNIES FORCED IN TO PROSTITUTION BY MEAN OLD NATIONAL GUMMINT!’

    • Bunswalla

      You don’t even have to wait Macca, just take a good slug of whiskey to fortify yourself and head over to the Stranded. It was such a bleat-fest yesterday I fair pissed meself.

  • metalnwood

    As a country we pump hundreds of millions in to boosting our tourism economy. This completely undermines that if the rest of the world thinks this is what our sex industry is like.

  • Mr Sackunkrak

    Something else doesn’t stack up. ACC doesn’t pay for counselling for being a fraidy-cat, and apart from being a bit plump, she doesn’t look physically damaged. Yup, I think it’s a beat-up.

  • Arran Hunt

    Is her camera drunk? Every photo is blurry.

    • DLNZ

      Probably not the camera who has had a few drinks. Funny how someone who “hides” and is afraid of the public has photos on their FB page of them visiting IMAX and is quite happy to go shopping and go out on the town.

  • LesleyNZ

    Prostitution is a bad thing. Just because something is legal doesn’t make it good. Counselling with ACC? How stupid of ACC to do this. This person is a con.

    • Dave

      Dont worry Lesley, I don’t think she will ever make it into Prostitution, there is a qualification line, and I doubt she would pass muster :)

    • Bunswalla

      Lesley just because you disagree with something doesn’t make it a bad thing either. It’s been with us for quite some time now, and as long as there are willing buyers and willing sellers the market will continue.

      • LesleyNZ

        Doesn’t make it good.

        • Bunswalla

          Doesn’t make it bad. Where’s this going?

          • LesleyNZ

            Going nowhere. What is good about prostitution?

          • LabTested

            I’m pretty sure its the part where you have sex

          • dyannt

            Well a LOT of people induge in it. It appears though that not many get paid cash for it.

        • kohibruce

          I assume you are you speaking from experience here.

          • LesleyNZ

            Now why would you automatically think that?

          • kohibruce

            Because you’re telling the story, and are presumably speaking about something you know about rather than making it up.

          • Bunswalla

            Nice one Brucie. I assume Lesley’s not speaking from experience, and neither am I. I’ve never been involved at either end of the transaction and I’m not saying prostitution’s good; I’m just saying it isn’t necessarily bad just because Lesley believes it to be so.

            It’s a very standard commercial transaction, and if somebody is prepared to offer a service, willingly and safely, and somebody else is willing to pay for that service at what they believe is a fair price, and that service hurts nobody and is legal according to the laws of the land, then I repeat that it’s no bad thing.

            To assume that prostitution is only carried out by ‘fallen women’ unable to do anything about their terrible circumstances, that they’re lured into it by drugs and coercion, and enforced by brutal pimps, is not only out of touch with reality but also does a disservice to the thousands of women who choose that profession as a way to meet their financial (and who knows, some social) objectives.

  • LesleyNZ

    After seeing the photos I wonder if he/she lives in a state-funded house? What do you reckon?

    • kohibruce

      With some justification – after all she/he does have 4 cats to shelter.

      • LesleyNZ

        How can he/she afford to feed 4 cats and and deworm and deflea them?

        • kohibruce

          I imagine that’s what social security and state housing is for! Otherwise who knows what might happen to the furry ones if Gareth and his followers get hold of them.

          • LesleyNZ

            LOL.

        • dyannt

          Are you assuming he/she does deworm and deflea them?

          • LesleyNZ

            Wishful thinking……………..

  • Mallard the duck

    “Can’t face people aye, coz they made me work…WORK! ” shzzzz “But I can face you people with cameras aye, coz you don’t ask me to work..” ACC will pay for my counselling…He he he …and I don’t have to work… he he he……

  • Funnyman

    I guess that’s how Royce rolls.

  • Not Mark Richardson

    cup of concrete table 6!

  • Col

    “ESCORTS TO GO”
    If your looking for a lady who will take care of all your need, this is not one of our escorts.

  • Mr Sackunkrak

    The headline should have read “Welfare reforms working – indolent white trash running scared”.

  • cows4me

    I’m surprised she hasn’t been offered a position in the Labia caucus, could be a bit over qualified.

    • Not to get crass, but if “she” has any labia I’d be surprised

      • LabTested

        A few years ago you could probably claim all sorts of disability for being transgender and unable to work because of how society viewed you & the stigma attacked.

        However with the rapid social engineering we have had in this country it is no longer credible for a transgender person to say that they can not be a normal functioning member of society …. and get a job .

  • Mediaan

    If the Herald published that, Auckland needs a newspaper.

    • LabTested

      yes we do & you are reading it now

  • LabTested

    Hey! Everybody suddenly got a down vote!

    I guess MEG has woken up. He was getting a bit slurry with his spelling late last night on the other post. Too much chardonnay? Might be a bit grumpy this morning

  • steve and monique

    Wont need to worry about facing the public being a hooker. Request for her to wear a bag should isolate that issue.

    • Bunswalla

      It’s a two-bagger at least

      • steve and monique

        Three-bagger. One for the client, just in case hers falls off

        • dumbshit

          and one for the dog so it doesn’t have to watch as well

  • cruiseyman

    If kiwi’s don’t want to work they’ll come up with any excuse to not be hired and stay on the bene. It’s just too easy and working for your money has become an ‘option’. Ever wonder why overseas kiwis have a reputation as being hard workers but on home turf we seem overwhelmingly like a nation of bludgers? That’s because there’s no choice but to work when we’re away from home. I’m so so sick of working my butt off to support these people.

  • IWantToBeLikeMallardOneDay

    Hookers don’t pay tax. Truly. The NZPC told me this. EVERYONE LISTEN TO THIS: WHORES DO NOT PAY TAXES IN NEW ZEALAND.

    If you don’t believe me, http://www.nzpc.org.nz/. Ask them.
    How much money do you think that taxpayers are required to fund the police to deal with problems associated with the choice these women make? A lot.
    Do these women contribute to the cost? No, they don’t pay ANY taxes at all.
    Mr Whale. Please look into this. I promise you that I was told this by someone very influential in drafting the reform act of 2002 (she is nuts) and she told me that they lobbied to make sure these “poor victimised women” who also chose “a reputable line of work” did not have to pay any taxes at all.
    You may think that the legalisation of prostitution has opened up a new stream of revenue, but the truth is that it’s created a new raft of problems which will be paid for by YOU.

    • cruiseyman
      • DLNZ

        “When business items wear out or become outdated, they lose value. This is called depreciation.” I hate to think.

        • cruiseyman

          lol

        • Yoni

          That lady is fully depreciated already

          • cruiseyman

            It’s a shame leasing isn’t an option.

          • Dave

            hmmm changed from a net asset to major liability around 20 years ago.

      • IWantToBeLikeMallardOneDay

        I know about this form. Very few sex workers fill it out. Many of them claim benefits such as the DPB and they operate under fake names, so how are they going to get caught if they don’t fill out the form?
        Seriously. If there was a nationwide audit of sex workers, I can guarantee that at least 80% of them do not pay taxes.

        • cruiseyman

          I have no doubt that very few file tax returns as per their obligations but it’s not because they’re legally exempt. It’s tax evasion pure and simple. The whole things stinks of smelly old man’s cock but nothing will ever be done about it.

          • IWantToBeLikeMallardOneDay

            They deserve nothing but contempt. I supported the legalisation of the world’s oldest profession on the utilitarian grounds that there would still be social harm, but it would be lesser than if the profession was underground, and with it being legal, the whores could pay taxes to cover the expenses of cleaning up the streets etc and rescuing under-age girls who’ve been exploited – something which happens all of the time, but has nothing done about it. Even today. Possibly because police officers frequent brothels perhaps the most out of any societal demographic – although I can’t prove this obviously…
            Maybe you remember that nutty feminist from Scotland who was doing a masters dissertation on the subject of legalisation of prostitution. I spoke with the NZPC about cases of underaged girls working as prostitutes, particularly after the boom of tradespeople heading south to rebuild Christchurch. There were under-aged girls working all over the country around this time, the police did nothing and the NZPC covered it up. This is something no nutty lefty will ever admit to when they “analyse” our supposed enlightened view of prostitution to get a post graduate degree in sociology before taking a part-time job at a public library.
            There is a direct causal relationship between prostitution and street crime and drug use, and these people are not contributing to ameliorating it. We’ve been sold yet another big fat turd wrapped in tin foil with a couple of fish hooks run through it and re-named ear rings by the nutters in the Labour Party.
            If you have a work alias and the IRD and police can’t check that the name “Cinnamon” is Te Ringa Ringa Hoi Hoi who ran away from her dad’s state house garage in Kaiti when he went inside for beating her mother, then you’re a complete fool to request and fill out such a form.

        • cruiseyman

          I’ve copied a passage from the link you supplied and I’m guessing what it basically implies that you can be a whore one week and claim a benefit the next. So you can actually have a paid holiday courtesy of tax payer whenever your bits need a break and then get right back on the horse no questions asked. Nice.
          ‘If you are a sex worker who wishes to leave sex work, you can go onto a benefit without any extra stand down being imposed for voluntary unemployment.’

          • IWantToBeLikeMallardOneDay

            But in practice, whores will not go to their case managers to have their benefits temporarily suspended. They simply work as whores, claim the full benefit even when they turn over $1000+ a week and pay no taxes.
            I am very surprised people do not know this. Let me assure you, I have had nothing to do with the sex industry at all, it is just obvious how it operates. Whores can claim all of the benefits from the state, inflict social harm, and there’s no means of extracting revenue from them because of the persecution complex that the enablers at the NZPC instil in them.
            The NZPC refer to them as victims, then they sponsor writers who argue that sex work is empowering and they do it with your money. They are government funded and they are a disingenuous band of obscurantist lobbyists. They do not operate on union contributions, but are directly funded by the New Zealand government. This is scandalous if you consider that they cover up cases of under aged girls working as prostitutes in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. Cases of which I’m familiar with the details from a candid conversation with a high ranking member of this organisation.

            And, yes, I agree with you. It is either a profession where they can give up all hope of receiving a benefit for a considerable period if they’re higher earners, or they can get thrown back in the clink every second night.

        • LabTested

          The beauty of GST is that eventually all cash ends up in the system & gets GST-ed at some stage.

          Lower personal tax rates, increase GST

          • IWantToBeLikeMallardOneDay

            Or just lower personal tax rates as well as GST and only fund the police and a court system with the GST take. Everything else can be privatised.

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