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Keeping Australia’s milk safe

By colsim - 11 November 2005 25

As seen yesterday in a Defence fridge at Russell (or so I’m told)

Keeping Australia's milk safe

Does anyone know more about this?

What’s Your opinion?

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Keeping Australia’s milk safe
Maelinar 1:49 pm 11 Nov 05

Hmm, my work internet protocols have forbidden the photograph, but it sounds similar to something I saw a few years ago. I wonder if it’s the same person…

I prefer putting laxatives in my milk and then when it is empty sending around a global email to the theif who stole my milk, but that’s just personal opinion.

riotgirl 1:35 pm 11 Nov 05

it so looks like one of those “straw that broke the camel’s back” moments waiting to happen !

Indi 1:32 pm 11 Nov 05

Maybe it’s a case of ‘in confidence’ milk, with certain access rights…

Thumper 1:29 pm 11 Nov 05

And then in a dastardly fit of logic, glue it back together again!

riotgirl 1:25 pm 11 Nov 05

he he he …I would just go and open it from the other side !! Did milk owner not think of this

Thumper 1:24 pm 11 Nov 05


it’s not common to put a padlock on a milk carton!

Thumper 1:22 pm 11 Nov 05

Hmmmmm… Confidential milk?

I’ve got to admit, its one of the more unusual things I’ve seen in a fridge.

And if you’ve seen what lives in the back of my fridge you’d agree. I can’t get it out with a stick because it keeps fighting back…

blingblingbears 12:40 pm 11 Nov 05

Don’t ever need to do that with my milk as I get the low-fat lactose-free long-life milk, and EVERYONE steers clear of it!

JoeyJoeJoe 12:16 pm 11 Nov 05

Mr Evil,

Yes, cameras are banned in DoD establishments unless you have the appropriate endorsement on your pass.

As for defending Australia, a giant padlock is on order.

Mr Evil 12:10 pm 11 Nov 05

The things I’d like to know are:

A. Can’t you be arrested for taking photos in Defence establishments?

B. If Defence can’t protect their milk, then what chance do they have defending Australia?

Spot the wog 12:02 pm 11 Nov 05

I Wouldn’t be suprised

Spot the wog 12:02 pm 11 Nov 05

I Wouldn’t be suprised

Slinky the Shocker 11:49 am 11 Nov 05

That’s also how ASIO seal their confidential documents.

Indi 11:39 am 11 Nov 05

obviously no crying over spilt milk there!

LurkerGal 11:26 am 11 Nov 05

It’s quite common. Some bastard is always stealing your milk.

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