Bomb Detection skilz in Wanganui

Our roving reporter, Pete, is currently in Wanganui. There is a Telecom wireless hotspot right outside Chester Borrows office…so he is catching up on his chores.

Is it a bomb or a rubbish bag?

Is it a bomb or a rubbish bag?

While he was sitting there a community minded fellow strolled along and pied the rubbish bag and proceeded to smack it with his hands and kick the shit out out of it.

Pete hollered after him…”Hey mate, what are you doing?”

The response floored him…”I’m checking to see if the bag contains a bomb”.

Our roving reporter was last seen high-tailing it out of Wanganui scared witless by the local residents bomb detection capabilities.

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He is fearless in his pursuit of a story.

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