Australia’s acting Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce has told his colleague Scott Morrison not to drink any water on the flight to Glasgow, as the Nationals own the rights to it.
The water rights on planes were gifted to the Nationals as part of the deal to commit to net zero.
”I wish the Prime Minister well on his trip to Glasgow and if he gets thirsty I suggest he buy a beer,” said acting Prime Minister Joyce. ”Of course, he can have a water but he’ll have to pay for it if he does.”
”Scott, err ScoMo, knows that we’ll charge him a fair price.”
When asked why he would sell off the water rights on planes to the Nationals, Prime Minister Morrison said: ”I reject the premise of your question.”
”We did a deal for this Nation’s future. A future that will benefit people greatly. Sure, those people are the National party but they are still people.”
”Now, if you’ll excuse me, as part of the deal I agreed to serve the party lunch once a week. Where is my French maid’s costume?”
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