Written by victor nicholas
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Topics: Toilet, Fridge

Sunday, 24 January 2010

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Also comes in stainless and double-wide

Portsmouth - A local man took delivery yesterday for what he thought was a new double-wide refrigerator but was two port-a-loos delivered to his house by mistake.

Gino Paletta was home preoccupied with his drinking and Internet addiction when the port-a-loos mistakenly arrived at his house which due to large amounts of rubbish surrounding it was mistaken for a construction site.

Coincidently Mr. Paletta and his wife had purchased a new refrigerator the day before and waved in the movers to install their new purchase.

Once the movers brought in the port-a-loos Mr. Paletta's wife became distraught when she noticed the new refrigerator was turquoise blue and primary grey PVC and not stainless steel like the display model.

The couple's initial apprehension was soon overcome when they opened the door and saw how spacious the new refrigerator was inside and included features they had not agreed to including a sit-down bench, his and hers sides and most important for Gino a built in urinal.

"This gonna save me steps and leave me more times for a football!"

The couple took to the new refrigerator right a way and immediately started stocking it with fresh produce and pitching frozen roasts, pork chops and shrimp into the handy lower freezer compartment which seemed bottomless.

The following day Mrs. Paletta went to the kitchen to remove a roast from the freezer compartment and was pleasantly surprised that it was already thawed and ready to use.

"Mother Mary! It's a blessing"

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