Community Service - Bus Shelter Patrol
Community Service - Bus Stop Patrol with Osama Bin Murphy
As Vank Van Oofer found out good old Bus Eireann can't be trusted to keep their own jax clean not to mind the bus shelters citizens must stand in. We caught up with Bin Murphy early Monday morning on duty around Melbourne Road in Bishopstown. The Melbourne Road is particularly well known for both its well kept gardens and the locals with measuring sticks who lobby lazy neighbours to cut their front lawn on their knees with a scissors.
|Work had just begun and it looked like a tall order but Bin Murphy equipped with years of military service for the People's Republic Of Cork was once again up for the task. To the day where each patriots's vision seemed bright...||We all know things about tight arses in Bus Eireann but with the six inch seats expecting everyone to tighten their arse as well is a bit uncomfortable. Murder for anyone after a meal carrying a heavy load. Imagine how the residents would feel if you dropped a load on their lovely road.|
|No fear of that now as the shelter begins to gleam it could be mistaken for a posh conservatory you might find yourself in while on break-and-enter in the locality.||No ladder work today but the ceiling certainly needed a scrub Bin Murphy could be heard softly whistling the Boys From County Cork as he burned through the gank.|
|It is an open minded society we live in but one can never be too casual. With all those flower loving neighbours about, exposing your lower regions on Melbourne Road is not always the bravest of moves...||....unless your name is Osama Bin Murphy of course. As always Murphy shows his overwhelming enthusiasm for his work. Gyrating furiously under the seat...er..to clean it of course he puts the finishing touches to another stunning job.|