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Natman20

International Debutant
Someone should have tried to get the streaker on video that was a classic. I think most of the security gaurds have gone to rugby school or something :D
 

amokk1

U19 12th Man
A stunt to help the tackler make it into the NZ rugby side ? Hope Graham Henry was watching lol.
 

Smudge

Hall of Fame Member
It was at this moment the invader was glad Tana Umaga and Keven Mealamu weren't on the security staff.
 

Son Of Coco

Hall of Fame Member
Early trials of Ipod's new security measures proved a resounding success, with a would-be thief caught trying to download illegally onto a MP3 player that looked like a pair of shoes. The new system is triggered after someone tries to download 2 or more songs without paying, the third file is then automatically converted from wav/MP3 to a rather large, muscle-bound security type who beats the offender to a pulp...called 'Nosebleed Version 1.0' it's expected to be a big hit with bands and managers over the Christmas period.
 

crickhowell

U19 Vice-Captain
Son Of Coco said:
Early trials of Ipod's new security measures proved a resounding success, with a would-be thief caught trying to download illegally onto a MP3 player that looked like a pair of shoes. The new system is triggered after someone tries to download 2 or more songs without paying, the third file is then automatically converted from wav/MP3 to a rather large, muscle-bound security type who beats the offender to a pulp...called 'Nosebleed Version 1.0' it's expected to be a big hit with bands and managers over the Christmas period.
Classic and totaly out of the blue.
 

Craig

World Traveller
Son Of Coco said:
Early trials of Ipod's new security measures proved a resounding success, with a would-be thief caught trying to download illegally onto a MP3 player that looked like a pair of shoes. The new system is triggered after someone tries to download 2 or more songs without paying, the third file is then automatically converted from wav/MP3 to a rather large, muscle-bound security type who beats the offender to a pulp...called 'Nosebleed Version 1.0' it's expected to be a big hit with bands and managers over the Christmas period.
:laugh:
 

Craig

World Traveller
Voltman said:
It was at this moment the invader was glad Tana Umaga and Keven Mealamu weren't on the security staff.
And Brian Lima or any Samoan for that matter.

Just ask a certain South African in the 2003 WC.
 

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