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by Anon.


During the late sixties, two Adastra Hudsons met up in Alice Springs. After several refreshing lemonades, the crew of one Hudson decided to creatively acquire an eight foot long bomb-shaped object which adorned the entrance to the Alice Springs Post Office. The "bomb" was then transported on two motor cycles travelling in tandem to the airport where it was wired inside the bomb bay of the other Hudson, the crew of which were still back at the hotel. Apparently there was much consternation when the aircraft arrived in Sydney the following day and the bomb bay was opened to reveal - a bomb!

(All names have been deleted from this story to protect the guilty).



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