Written by Jaggedone
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Topics: Australia, drunk, sailor

Tuesday, 22 February 2011

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Also part of Aussie culture, but generally tends to "piss-up" with sobriety!

A bunch of drunken Australian sailors have been condemned for doing what every other male Aussie traditionally does, getting thoroughly pissed.

In Australia the male drink culture is renowned and the sailors who were already "piss-artists" before they joined decided to spread the culture around several Asian ports, so what?

They were only attempting to give timid Asians a feel of "real Australian" male culture.

During the binge parties the drunken sailors also showed amazed Asians another part of Aussie culture; sex in public and were also condemned accordingly.

In their plea of innocence in an Aussie military court they offered the following statement:

"We are proud Australian male sailors and only wanted to show Asians a real part of Aussie culture and tradition; wild public sex and binge drinking till one drops, that's all!"

The military judge promptly agreed with the drunken Boyo's and gave them all a pardon on the grounds that they were representing Australia in a proper and traditional manner.

After the court hearing the judges, senior officers, sailors and female sailors all went out for a jolly good old fashion Australian "piss-up" and gang-bang sex orgy in traditional Aussie style + a BBQ for afters!

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