Posted by te2ataria on August 23, 2016
Sent by a reader in Sewage City [Wellington]
When an airline is turned into a flying whorehouse…
Air New Zealand pilot masturbating in the cockpit?
Photos of sex doll in pilots seat, an Air New Zealand pilot kissing the blow-up doll, as well as a video of an air hostess spitting with the caption “wish I could spit on passengers like this” have been posted online.
‘Wish I could spit on passengers like this’
An Air New Zealand pilot is pictured kissing the blow-up doll [while masturbating in the cockpit?]
Air New Zealand flight attendant is seen in a Snapchat video spitting as she walks along the cabin, with the caption “Wish I could spit on passengers like this.”
See other posts on Air New Zealand:
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Posted by te2ataria on February 27, 2013
What could they possibly have in common?
They each claimed a victim in New Zealand this week!
A man in his 40s was attacked and killed by a shark 14 foot long in Maori Bay today.
The victims, not yet named, was “swimming 200m offshore north from Maori Bay to Muriwai at about 1.30pm when he was attacked by a shark. His injuries were fatal.”
“Police and surf life savers went out in two IRBs and fired on the shark. It rolled over and disappeared.” Police said.
Muriwai and surrounding beaches have since been closed.
It’s believed that more than one shark may have been involved in the fatal attack.
Air New Zealand
A man died on an Air NZ flight at Auckland International Airport, according to a report.
The victim collapsed as he was boarding Air New Zealand flight NZ56 to Nadi, Fiji, about 9.05am on Monday.
The victim’s identity has not been released.
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Posted by te2ataria on September 22, 2012
Husband killed, woman remains critical
Newly wed U.S. woman whose husband was killed in a crash by the Waitomo Caves remains in a critical condition in Waikato Hospital.
Yet another American killed in New Zealand. Kenneth Kallan Stithem and Kirsten Steinke were married just five days ago in the US. Mr Stithem was killed in a crash at Waitomo which left Ms Steinke in a critical condition in Waikato Hospital. Photo: Supplied/via stuff NZ.
The American couple, married just five days ago in the US, were on their honeymoon when their car was rammed by a cement truck on Thursday.
The bridegroom, 31-year-old Kenneth Stithem, was killed in the crash and his 28-year-old wife Kirsten Steinke is in critical condition, awaiting surgery.
Her parents, who traveled from Colorado, are at their daughter’s bedside, according to Newstalk ZB.
On average, 3 foreigners are killed in New Zealand every 4 days.
Kenneth Stithem was probably the 2,553rd tourist killed in New Zealand since January 2000.
New Zealand Honeymoon Victims: Just Married! Kirsten Steinke and Kenneth Kallan Stithem. Photo supplied, via stuff New Zealand
The Air New Zealand “Bereavement Service”
So many tourists are killed in New Zealand that our national air carrier, Air New Z-land is now offering a special “bereavement service” for the victims’ families.
“They also singled out the service provided by Air New Zealand as part of their bereavement policy. From the moment both couples checked in at Los Angeles International Airport, Air New Zealand ensured they were “red tagged” right through to Auckland Airport and fast-tracked through Customs with the help of the New Zealand Police,” according to a report.
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Posted by te2ataria on September 22, 2011
Corporate-sponsored democracy in New Zealand more oppressive than the Chinese regime: This blog is filtered by Google, censored by New Zealand government and hacked by WordPress.
Flames? What Flames?
“Amazing” Air New Zealand said no flames came off the wing: Scared to Death Passenger
“Huge flames” erupted on the wing, said the passenger on board the Air New Zealand flight from Sydney to Auckland.
The woman, who asked not to be named, was on flight NZ118, coming into Auckland Airport from Sydney on Sunday when there was a power surge in one of the four engines.
The spokeswoman [for Air New Zealand] said none of the plane’s staff saw flames coming from the engine. But the passenger, who was in the window-seat overlooking the engine, found it “amazing” the airline said there were no flames coming off the wing.
You can’t miss a blaze that size
“Well, believe you me – I was sitting on the side of the plane that had the engine trouble and there were huge flames coming out from under the wing. How you could miss it I don’t know,” she said.
Some of the woman’s friends who were driving along the Manukau motorway at the time told her they could see flames coming out of the engine and thought it was in trouble.
“I saw what I thought was an emergency beacon – but then realised it was flames coming out of the outer starboard engine,” Manukau resident Kevin Ward told 3 News.
The woman on the flight said no one on board was panicked because the captain and flight attendants did not tell passengers that anything had happened.
“We circled around for quite a while, so obviously they were dumping fuel.”
The Moderators have been expecting another Air New Zealand Airbus A320 to plunge into the sea (again), based on the airline’s safety statistics, but Air France beat the kiwis to it!
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Posted by te2ataria on February 6, 2010
Welcome to New Zealand. Our Hungry Sharks Appreciate Your Custom
No, not the restaurateurs, car-hire fraternity, perverted motel owners, corrupt lawyers … I am talking about the real, aquatic sharks.
Come Visit New Zealand. Join the Other Numb Brain Visitors! Our Shark-infested, Sewage-filled Coastal Waters are Unique.
[This one is dead, but his cousins would love to take a chunk off your buttocks.] “Aiden Swale, of Invercargill, with a shark he caught in Foveaux Strait near Bluff on Tuesday night. The 2m shark is the same species, a broad-nosed seven-gill shark, that bit Invercargill teen Lydia Ward at Oreti Beach the same evening.” Image and caption in quotes: Stuff.NZ.Co
Oh, and let’s hope your Air NZ flight doesn’t have to make an emergency landing close to the beach!
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Posted by te2ataria on December 17, 2009
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Urgent Health Warning!
At least 84 passengers may have been exposed to measles virus on 2 Air New Zealand flights
At least 84 passengers may have been exposed to measles virus on two Air New Zealand flights: Flight NZ1 from London to Auckland on Monday, December 7, and the connecting domestic flight NZ509 from Auckland to Christchurch.
Original photo is by Gail Selkirk and may be subject to copyright.
“Auckland and Canterbury health authorities are trying to contact people sitting near the [infected] baby on both flights; for the international leg, 56 people sitting in rows 56-60 were at risk while 28 people sitting in rows 13-17 were exposed on the domestic flight.” A report said.
It is important that passengers sitting in those rows contact the health authorities to help prevent the spread of the highly infectious and potentially deadly virus that could spread rapidly among unimmunized groups.
“These passengers, or their family members, who have symptoms suggestive of measles are advised to immediately seek advice from a doctor,” Auckland Regional Public Health Service medical officer Dr Brad Novak said.
“Call ahead to alert your doctor or practice nurse about the possibility of measles as this will allow them to arrange to assess you safely without infecting others. People who suspect they may have measles should avoid contact with young children and pregnant women.”
People most at risk of contracting the disease are those who had not had the measles, mumps, rubella vaccine or who had just had one dose of it, the report said.
Some facts about measles:
- Measles is an infection of the respiratory system caused by a virus.
- The classical symptoms of measles include four day fevers, cough, runny nose and conjunctivitis (sore, red eyes).
- Measles is a leading cause of vaccine-preventable childhood mortality, World Health Org says.
- The measles incubation period is up to 21 days.
- Measles killed 345,000 in 2005.
- Measles virus is spread by
- The measles incubation period is about 21 days.
Measles can be fatal.
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Posted by te2ataria on June 27, 2009
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But if you’ve already arrived and promise NOT to return, I’d let you read the following. It could save your life!
If you are driving in New Zealand, the odds are heavily stacked against You! In the 2009/2010 tourist season you are 14 to 20 times more likely to get killed on New Zealand Death Roads than in Australia.
An investigator examines a car that crashed into a wall in Hastings, New Zealand, following a short police chase. The driver of the car died at the scene. Photo: John Cowpland/Getty Images. For copyright details see HowStuffWorks.
But you can stay alive if you heed the following precautions and learn to:
Especially, keep well away from ultra neurotic banshees pumped up with sedatives.
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Posted by te2ataria on June 24, 2009
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New Zealand Flu Paralyzes the Swines
WELCOME to all of you foreign visitors who are visiting New Zealand this winter. We can’t guarantee you a warm welcome because too many of our intellectually challenged staff are down with New Zealand flu. However we can guarantee you a bout of nasty New Zealand flu to last you throughout your stay here and beyond.
Thank you. Thank you. THANK YOU for sharing our New Zealand flu viral mutations.
“New Zealand’s swine flu tally rose to 386 yesterday, though health officials say the real number is likely to be in the [tens of ] thousands, as regional authorities have stopped routine testing.” The Dominion Post Said.
Absence rates at Wellington region schools this week:
- Bishop Viard College 45 per cent
- Hutt Valley High School 30 per cent
- Upper Hutt College 30 per cent
- St Bernard’s College 28 per cent
- Wainuiomata High School 26 per cent
- Naenae College 26 per cent
- Samuel Marsden Collegiate School (Whitby) 23 per cent [Source: Dominion Post ]
Come to New Zealand. Sample our New Zealand flu viral mutations. Try one, or a combo, for yourself. The more the merrier.
Don’t fly our flag-carrier because other disasters could beat the swine flu virus!
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Posted by te2ataria on June 15, 2009
sent by a reader
Spain’s King and Queen Will Fly to NZ
Let’s hope they’ll fly an Airbus to support the ailing company [preferably an Air NZ Airbus]
[The rest this post was temporarily withdrawn at the request of its author, who is re-writing it.]
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