Daft Bastard Survives 12 Days In Australian Outback

Funny story written by Skoob1999

Wednesday, 15 July 2009

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Harry Kuntz In Happier Times In Luton

A daft bastard from Luton, 19 year old Harry Kuntz was found by a police search and rescue team after spending 12 days lost in the outback.

Kuntz, a fudge factory worker went off for a stroll and inexplicably lost his bearings. Having left his cell phone and belongings behind, it looked like Kuntz was headed for a sticky end.

His father, Drippy Kuntz flew out to Australia on a big aeroplane expecting the worst, and was ecstatic to discover that Harry was still alive and recovering in hospital.

Speaking from their Luton home, the boy's mother, Stin Kee Kuntz (born in China) and his uncle, the renowned gynaecologist Seymour Kuntz, told us:

"He's always been a daft bastard. But we never expected this. It's a good job he watched the Discovering Things Channel a lot. It taught him that you can survive in the wild by eating bugs and berries. Of course we're glad he was found alive, but he really is a daft bastard."

Harry was said to be in shock, but eagerly looking forward to seeing the other Kuntz.

The search for that other daft bastard, Mark Thatcher, continues.

More as we get it.

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