Irish Government to stick Santa for yet another Austerity Tax

Funny story written by Ella Davide

Wednesday, 3 December 2014

In another bid to raise Austerity Taxes, this time seasonal, the Irish Government is looking at charging Santa for every time he crosses the Flight Paths over Dublin and Cork.

Given that Santa's Business Itinerary takes in thousands of trips per night in this Flight Path, a Revenue of thousands of euro could potentially be raised

The Irish Citizen has been milked for taxes recently, so why not Santa? , says Nedna O' Kenny, Irish Prime Minister

''A new ''Seasonal Itinerary Tax and even Toll, could be raised'', say
Department of Finance Spokespeople

Mike O'Really, CEO of Rudenyair, known for making ''easy'' profits from extra charges, is an advocate of the idea : 'The Dublin Airport Authority could also charge Santa for every time one of the Reindeer
drops manure onto the tarmac at Dublin or Cork airports...

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