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Holden Plant Production Halted By Giant Yabbies

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A blast from the past! :smilewide:

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Weekend production at GM Holden’s Elizabeth plant in Adelaide came to a grinding halt this morning as hundreds of giant Yabbies took over the factory floor.

Bemused factory workers could do nothing but run as the fast moving horde overran the factory. The crustacean, known locally as ‘Chazwazzes’, are thought to have come from a dam near the plant that supplies Holden with water for it’s foundry works.

GM Holden Chairman Denny Mooney, who was visiting the plant at the time, said it was the strangest occurrence he has ever seen.

“Wild creatures shutting down an auto plant?! That's pretty strange, even by US standards, and I should know” said Mooney.

One worker was injured when a large group of the creature chased him down into a new Commodore that he had been working on. They ripped off his clothing before they attacked his genitals, an area they are known to attack first.

“My missus would have killed me if I lost my manhood" the worker later laughed. "I tried to tell them I was already circumcised but they wouldn't listen". The worker received only minor cut and bruises to the lower half of his body.

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They actually call something "Chazwazzes" in Australia? I thought the Simpsons made that up (bullfrogs).

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They ripped off his clothing before they attacked his genitals, an area they are known to attack first.

I see a way of birth control. No more pills or vasectomies needed. :AH-HA_wink:

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They actually call something "Chazwazzes" in Australia? I thought the Simpsons made that up (bullfrogs).

and that should be at least your second clue.
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Unfortunately, some of us read the Sydney Morning Herald.

:rolleyes:

And no, there's no such thing as a Chazzwazzer.

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Most of the invaders have now been caught and sent to the local fish market for sale. Production is expected to resume at midday today.

What? They're not including a free one for each Commodore sold? :D
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They are good eatin' by the way. Quite a bit better than the Crayfish my uncle gets in the north. But you need a couple to fill you up.

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I don't think they have "yabbies" in South Australia anyway. I think yabbies are strictly an eastern states crayfish, and probably the only one without a catch limit. They have some other kinds of freshwater crayfish in South Australia.

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I don't think they have "yabbies" in South Australia anyway. I think yabbies are strictly an eastern states crayfish, and probably the only one without a catch limit. They have some other kinds of freshwater crayfish in South Australia.

WRONG!!! I live near the murray and there are yabbies everywhere, especially the irrigation channels

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WRONG!!! I live near the murray and there are yabbies everywhere, especially the irrigation channels

Do they gang up on people and attack their genitals?

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