Article Title:VIDEO EXCLUSIVE: More Jelly Wrestling at Family
Author or Credit:Matt Akersten
Published on:30th January 2007 - 12:00 pm
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Story ID:1569
Text:We've done it again… exclusively presents Jelly Wrestling action from Family nightclub on K' Road. LET'S GET READY TO FUMBLE! Meet Miss Ribena It's 10pm on a wet Auckland Anniversary Sunday on gay K' Road, and our hostess Miss Ribena watches and greets all the local campnesses sashaying into Family. What they are about to witness will change them… perhaps forever. We 'dragged' Ribena over for a quickie interview. Fight One Blair (left) and Jase (right) tumble, fumble and rumble as Miss Ford and Miss Ribena generously chuck beer into the pool. Cindy from Samoa was also on hand to throw popcorn into the mix. "Throwing beer was a bad idea," Blair later said to all who'd listen. "It stung my eyes!" Fight Two Yum - Chris (in his superman undies) versus Blair… Get a room you two! Fight Three Chris Vs. Adam. Don't forget you can see heaps more of Chris in our 'Local Boys' gallery. As for Adam, he's at Family most nights anyway so see more of him there! Fight Four Nigel versus Jase. Sorry fight-fans - This one's quite blurry at the start. Fight Five Nigel Vs. Adam. CAUTION: This clip contains butt-crack. Thanks again for joining us, New Zealand. Check out our 'Out and About' Gallery for pictures from this sensational event. "Hit it DJ Love!" Matt Akersten - 30th January 2007    
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