Posts by Trulie Fareliss

Riding a Lime scooter? Watch out for Parking Wardens

Chances are you have ridden a Lime scooter, particularly if you live in or have visited one of the cities where they operate. But have you ever given any thought to where you left it once you were done? Rumours are emerging that Councils in parts of the country where Lime scooters operate may consider regulating their use under parking management bylaws. Councils use parking bylaws to determine which activities can be carried out in a particular area. The bylaws cover matters such as where you can park and for… Read More

Associates of unruly tourists may have infiltrated Facebook

The unruly tourists who have been the centre of a social media storm over the last month are not finished with New Zealanders yet. Members of the Facebook group Gypsy Scammers in NZ have been repeatedly targeted in what appears to be a carefully orchestrated reporting campaign. The group was started in the wake of the first reports about the family, where they trashed a Takapuna beach before hurling abuse and threats at witnesses. Membership grew quickly, with numbers exceeding 1,000 in the first week. The current membership stands at nearly 5,000…. Read More

Justin Bieber impersonators owe 82k to disgruntled fans

Ametuer Justin Bieber impersonators have found themselves in hot water and owing more than 82k over their mediocre performances. The two men, who were calling themselves B1 and B2, are understood to have started a company called UnBeliebable Productions using funds from several investors. They advertised a “Convincing performance to satisfy the stanchest of Beliebers” and stated they were available for “..parties, celebrations, events, and anywhere you need someone to Beliebe in.” The Justin Bieber wannabes were booked to play at a variety of events and functions, including a twelfth… Read More

Gillette to make new ad in response to bus stop incident

Gillette has vowed to reinforce their campaign against toxic masculinity, following an incident at a bus stop in Auckland. Tae Park was waiting with other passengers when an intoxicated white man approached him and began making threatening and racist remarks. When Park began filming, the man became more enraged and threatened to push him in front of traffic, before knocking a cyclist off his bike. Despite Park’s pleas for help from bystanders, everyone ignored the aggressive white man.   Earlier this year, Gillette released a controversial new video challenging traditional masculine… Read More

Bounty on travellers’ heads confirmed

Rumors of a bounty on the heads of the unruly travellers appear to be true, The Stuffed Herald can confirm. Our Herald was able to secure an exclusive interview with a man wishing to be known only as Winston, who is the owner of the mysterious Continental Hotel.   “Yes, we have received word of a bounty.” He said. “Some independent contractors I am acquainted with have been discussing this offer, but nobody is particularly interested.” Our Herald asked Winston what he thought might be behind the lack of interest…. Read More

Flight crew negotiating shift swap to avoid flying with rowdy tourists

No one wants to deal with the rowdy tourists – not even flight crews. Tonight, Newshub aired an interview held with the group spokesman, John Johnson. Mr Johnson told Newshub he and several members of his family had retreated to the hills above Wellington, and were staying in tents. He claims they fear for their very lives, and dare not show themselves in case they are attacked. “We’re down a lot of money.” He said – perhaps referring to the email scam they were caught out by several days ago…. Read More

Tourists accused of scamming get scammed: “we thought it was legit”

The family of tourists at the centre of a controversial storm this week say that have become victims of an elaborate scam. Soon after speaking with the media, John Johnson, who acted as spokesperson for the group, received an email offering a large sum of money. “It was from the Duke of Westminster, Hugh Grosvenor.” Mr Johnson told The Stuffed Herald. “I thought it was legit and all, because like I said earlier to that other newspaper he’s my grandfather and the tenth richest man in England.” Hugh Grosvenor is 27 years… Read More

Trump “prepared to use deadly force” to get wall built

As the government shutdown enters its third week, Donald Trump has tweeted he is prepared to use deadly force. The tweet was quickly deleted, but not before it was captured in a screenshot. The shutdown is a result of a stalemate between Trump and the Democrats over the controversial border wall. Trump promised a wall during his 2016 Presidential campaign and remains determined to see it built. Unable to secure funding for the build, Trump has refused to sign important bills appropriating funds for the upcoming fiscal year. As a… Read More

Women who spoke out claim Jami-Lee Ross is an Eproctophile

It has been yet another explosive week in politics, with four women anonymously coming forward to claim Jami-Lee Ross bullied and harassed them. Now those women have released another revelation, speaking exclusively to The Stuffed Herald, stating Ross is also an eproctophile. Eproctophilia is a fetish whereby the person derives sexual pleasure and arousal from flatulence. Debate has raged back and forth over who is in the wrong, with a few people supporting Ross, while the majority of the National Party and its supporters appear to back Simon Bridges. The women… Read More

Vape liquid caused the loss of my penis, says New Zealand man

Vaping is becoming an increasingly popular activity but some argue it may also be hazardous to your health, with many opponents calling for the devices and accessories to be regulated in much the same way as cigarettes, particularly the e-liquids. Warnings emerged recently about a vape liquid, made by a Chinese company, which contains erection drugs in the ingredients. The report stated that involuntary erections could last up to two days. Since the news went public, horror stories from unwitting vape fans have continued to grow. It seems the problem is widespread, and… Read More