Cancellation Notice NZX Rugby D-Cup Boobs on Bikes

Published: Sat 10 Sep 2011 03:50 PM
Cancellation Notice
NZX Rugby D-Cup Boobs on Bikes®
The Good News:
We have been advised by Auckland Council that they can find no reason to deny us a permit for the NZX Rugby D-Cup Boobs On Bikes®.
So, from a legal perspective - we are all go!! (not that we have ever cared about permits anyway).
The Bad News:
For the first time in the history of Boobs On Bikes® the tide of public opinion is most definitely AGAINST us holding this event at the date and time proposed due to the "family nature" of the big rugby thingy that is happening all over NZ at this time.
A recent online poll shows 68% of people AGAINST us holding Boobs On Bikes® at this time.
So, and in keeping with our longstanding belief in much as it pains us to do so, we are cancelling the NZX Rugby D-Cup Boobs On Bikes®.
Our apologies for any inconvenience.
Until next time.....
Steve Crow

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