False nails fly in tranny hooker fiasco

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Police called to a domestic disturbance in Queenstown were instead faced with three transvestite hookers on a “working holiday” fighting in a room. 

The bizarre incident – during which it is alleged that hair extensions were pulled, false nails chipped and one man’s nose nearly broken – happened at 6.30am last Sunday. 

“Officers were called to an accommodation unit where a scrap had broken out between three transvestites from the North Island who were believed to be here working as prostitutes,” intelligence support officer Haley MacKenzie says. 

“They had apparently returned to their accommodation where a fight started and there was a lot of scratching and pulling going on during what appeared to be some kind of hissy fit.” 

The trio was warned about their behaviour and one charged with procuring cannabis before being separated and taken to different places for the rest of their stay. 

French farce

Three French tourists have been charged with disorderly behaviour and breaching the liquor ban after allegedly vandalising plant boxes at the Sofitel last Friday night. 

“Hotel staff witnessed the incident and followed the people back to their accommodation before calling police,” MacKenzie comments. 

Flasher’s solo romp

A 25-year-old man from the North Island has been arrested after allegedly exposing himself in Shotover Street at 1am last Sunday. 

“It’s alleged that he tried to flag down a taxi but then pulled down his pants and mooned,” MacKenzie says. 

“It’s also claimed he then went on to masturbate in front of a large crowd.” 

The man has been charged with committing an indecent act.

Wood you believe it

Two local men, aged 20 and 45, have been charged with theft after allegedly stealing stacked firewood from a site at Glenda Drive. 

“A witness allegedly saw the men taking the wood from a pile and alerted police,” MacKenzie says. 

“They were stopped near Five Mile while they were trying to get away.” 

The incident happened at 2.30am last Saturday.

Snow bunnies beware

Cops warn skiers and boarders to keep a closer eye on their gear, following a spate of thefts on the mountains. 

“A few reports of snowboards, skis and goggles going missing are starting to now come in,” MacKenzie says. 

“People shouldn’t assume that because they are up the hill that their stuff is safe. Folk might think it’s okay to leave their equipment on a table while they go to get something to eat but unfortunately it’s not.”

Fawlty thinking

A visitor from Christchurch has been warned for disorderly behaviour after doing a “Basil Fawlty” and trashing his own car. 

Just like the famous scene from the TV comedy classic Fawlty Towers – where John Cleese attacks his vehicle with a branch (right) – the holidaymaker lost the plot when he couldn’t find his keys. 

“Police received a complaint that a man had smashed the windows and bashed the panels of a car in the library carpark,” intelligence support officer Haley MacKenzie says. 

“It turns out that he’d returned to his vehicle after having a few drinks and was upset that he couldn’t locate his keys. Just like Basil, he basically beat up his own car.” 

The incident happened at 3.30am last Sunday.