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Friday, June 02, 2006

All Black "bursts into tears" after being hit with handbag

This story has absolutely no relevence to Letchworth Girls, but its the close season and not a lot is happening, and anyway its quite funny. So I thought I'd pass it on.

All Black Chris Masoe burst into tears after being hit with a handbag by former captain Tana Umaga in a Christchurch bar last weekend. Full story here.

Its worth pointing out - if you were wondering - that Chris and Tana are indeed male All Blacks. You know - big tough blokes playing a big tough game that some unreconstructed Neandethals might occasionally suggest isn't suitable for girls.

Like, yeah!

Some pride in New Zealand manhood is retained when we learn that it wasn't actually Tana's own handbag that he used. Oh no - he "borrowed" it from a lady sitting in the bar. However it doesn't actually say whether he asked first so I'm not sure if that improves the image of the New Zealand male much.

Anyway - to cap it all the owner of the bag is now auctioning it off on an antipodean eBay type website called Trade Me. Bids have already passed NZ$5,500.

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