WENDELL HUSSEY | Cadet |CONTACT
The staff at Brisbane’s Lang Park are this afternoon enjoying a well-earned break.
This comes after they were forced to do hours and hours of overtime to help clean up all of the sour grapes left by the NSW coach and the 8th Immortal.
Finishing up a short time ago, the staff have apparently headed off for a big sleep after Origin, the Broncos, and the Wallabies crammed into the stadium in the space of 5 days.
However, while they were expecting to finish up around midnight last night, things took a strange turn when tonnes and tones of sour grapes were left on the sidelines, in production rooms, and more generally around the stadium.
“We were forced to call up a local earthmoving company to help us get rid of these grapes,” explained the head of staff at the facility.
“We tried bagging them up at first, but there was just too much to deal with.”
“So we had to call a few trucks to get rid of the waste.”
It’s believed the strange phenomenon came as a result of the incredibly bitter sooking by the NSW coach and the former halfback after their loss last night.
Andrew Johns notably dropped his bucket live on air and Freddy spent a fair bit of time talking shit about the referee and Queensland players to detract from the fact he couldn’t get it done once again.
It’s believed a fair bit of salt was also left in the stadium.
“Yeah, we were able to rake that out across the turf,” said the stadium staff spokesperson.
“That should just wash away in the next shower, but obviously we couldn’t leave tonnes of grapes around to rot in the Brisbane sun.”
“Anyway, we’ve cleaned it up now and we are good to go for the next Bronx game.”