Blokes who don’t know where to go to find a harlot in Manukau have been given some useful guidance today by the burghers (and burgheresses) of that troubled city, who earnestly tell us they intend setting up a working party to formulate a plan to address street prostitution.
The council’s Policy and Activities Committee has resolved that the aim of the plan is to make Manukau free of street prostitution.
It sounds as achievable as Helen Clark’s ambition to make New Zealand carbon-neutral.
It’s tempting to tell these busy-bodies where to go. But Alf observes that the busy-bodies have told the street-walkers’ prospective customers from out of town where to go.
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