Bob Katter Spends The Weekend Hunting For A New Mask

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With Parliament set to resume this week under Covid restrictions that include MP’s and staffers required to wear masks, the Member for Kennedy Bob Katter has spent the weekend hunting for just the right mask.

”It took awhile to find the right mask, let me tell you,” said the Member for Kennedy. ”I shot a lot of animals before getting the right one.”

”At first I thought a koala would make a great mask but it the fur kept tickling my nose. Then I tried a platypus, but after wringing it’s neck I found it was just too small. Then it hit me – you may not be able to smile at a crocodile but gee, they make a good mask!”

When asked how many animals he had killed in order to make his mask, the Member for Kennedy replied: ”174, if you don’t count the vegan activist that I winged. He was a fast little bugger let me tell you.”

”But, never you worry. I promise that every animal that I shot or strangled over the weekend will be used.”

”I’d also like to take this opportunity to invite you all to my “Welcome Back to Parliament” breakfast barbecue, with over 174 different types of meat on offer.”

”See you all there, and don’t forget to wear a mask! It won’t kill you, but I might.”

Mark Williamson

@MWChatShow

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