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Punching Gandhi: The Richard Mulcahy story

By Skidbladnir - 21 August 2010 11

[Note: This does not relate to the historic troublemaker and bongthief MLA Richard Mulcahy]

The Canberra Times has coverage of this tale before the ACT Courts, wherein Richard Mulcahy is being charged with assault causing aggravated bodily harm for allegedly punching Nicholas Gerhard and rendering him unconscious.
The defense is putting forward a position that Gerhard’s evidence was different to his original statement to police and had portrayed himself as the ”Mahatma Gandhi of the Mugga Lane tip”.

Are there any other unusual or equally bizarre metaphors we could apply to Canberra or Canberrans?
Do we have a Mother Teresa of Methamphetamines anywhere?

What’s Your opinion?


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11 Responses to
Punching Gandhi: The Richard Mulcahy story
p1 5:31 pm 07 Sep 10

It turns out punching Gandhi will get you a conviction and a 12 month good behaviour order.

I hope he does well in his real estate career.

PM 5:34 pm 23 Aug 10

The Belco Biff

shirty_bear 2:18 pm 23 Aug 10

The John Wayne Bobbitt of Jerrabomberra

troll-sniffer 10:16 am 23 Aug 10

Somewhere there must be a Wanker of Waramanga lurking, surely?

A Wally form Weetangera?

Dopey from Duffy. The Dickhead of Dicko. Farrer Flockwit. Torrens Troll. Farrer Faggot. Tsk tsk we could get very non-pc here.

caf 11:05 pm 22 Aug 10

The Archduke of Ainslie

mobilephone 7:34 pm 22 Aug 10

Kings of Kambah.

thy_dungeonman 5:40 pm 22 Aug 10

the buddha of Belconnen?

p1 2:37 pm 22 Aug 10

The Confucius of Charnwood?

Pommy bastard 8:06 am 22 Aug 10

The Oscar Wilde of Weston

Pork Hunt 9:44 pm 21 Aug 10

the messiah of monash?

thy_dungeonman 8:18 pm 21 Aug 10

the jesus of jerrabomberra?

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