In the above photo a woman streaker interrupted a New Zealand rugby tournament in Queensland in 2009. This past January a naked man or streaker interrupted a Super 14 trial rugby match in Mangatainoka, New Zealand. This past weekend a group of fake terrorists strapped with fake bombs at Super 14 matches held in Christchurch and Hamilton New Zealand failed to catch the attention of the crowd or the police…
The New Zealand police are calling a newspaper sending a group of people disguised as terrorists strapped with fake bombs into two stadiums holding Super 14 rugby matches over weekend a stunt. We call the results of the stunt, an eye-opener into how the results revealed how the fear among the general public of a terrorist attack in New Zealand is far different than the U.S. post-911.
A New Zealand paper, the Fairfax Star Times, is in hot water after staging a fake terrorist stunt at stadiums in Christchurch and Hamilton where Super 14 rugby matches were held last weekend. Here’s the kicker: Neither the crowds or the police noticed the “groups” of people dressed as terrorists wearing fake bombs. The “terrorists” gained access to prohibited areas in the stadium. The police found out later from the event organizers. The police were not amused as the fake terrorists could have caused a panic.
From the New Zealand Herald: