Drinking for six hours, dropping his dacks and pissing on a council owned tree and then driving himself home. Shit, he didn't have enough brains to call dial a driver. Well of course he couldn't do that or the word might have got out.
The local Gummint minister has had enough of this alcoholic keyboard basher's antics and is calling for the immediate resignation of our pisstank mayor.
He talked to a couple at the popular eatery and could be heard referring to himself in the third person. He said he was North Shore's mayor and enjoyed his role.
Inquiries with two bar staff revealed Williams had been drinking red wine at the establishment since 4pm. Six hours later Williams left GPK alone and headed down Hurstmere Rd towards the offices of the North Shore City Council, where he has been mayor since 2007.
On his way he stopped, pulled down his trousers and urinated on a tree outside the council offices.
Williams then headed for the council underground carpark, collected his mayoral vehicle and drove home to Campbells Bay, a 6km trip.
I'll bet he enjoys the role. My rates are keeping this jerk in a perpetual state of intoxication.
He goes on to concede (reading between the lines) that he spends more time at GPK drinking my rates than he does on genuine council business:-
Further inquiries that evening at GPK revealed the mayor was a "very frequent visitor", "possibly one of our most regulars", said one waitress.......
.......... Asked if he had been working on Thursday evening, Williams replied: "I can't recall. I might have been. I go to meetings every day, every night." .
Those meetings must be pure hell. So tiresome, so boring, so DRY.
Adolf looks forward to his contrived explanation.
Will he allege he is being stalked by ACT party members disguised as journalists?
Will he allege that his belt broke as he was walking back to the car park and simultaneously his bladder malfunctioned?. You know, it happens as you get older. Ask Dover Samuels.
It's high time for an OIA request (go for it Whaleoil) for the records of his spending on his NZCC credit card.