A Perth woman has made a hilarious plea for alcohol deliveries after the state government yesterday announced the country’s ‘widest proof of vaccination’ rules.
From January 31, a vaccination certificate is required to visit public and private hospitals, aged care facilities, all hospitality establishments including restaurants, cafes, bars, pubs, clubs, nightclubs and cafeterias.
The unvaccinated are also banned from museums, movie theaters, the zoo, gyms, bottle shops, amusement parks, indoor entertainment venues, and the entire Crown complex. They are allowed to get takeaway food and visit roadside restaurants and gas stations.
And it’s the bottle-shop ban that is understandably of the most concern to certain unclothed members of society.
Their bodies may be temples when it comes to big pharma, but when it comes to big booze – not so much.
In the Facebook group The Real Residents of Secret Harbor, a concerned – or just funny – woman posted this pleading message on Friday:
“Looking for a fully prodded to buy and deliver drinks to me twice a week from January 31. Cheers.”
While some commentators came back with the predictable “get vaccinated,” others immediately saw the opportunities for commercial gain.
“What a great idea for a side hu$$le,” one wrote.
“If you’re a company founded and vaxxed, 100 percent,” someone agreed.
“This is damn brilliant, someone could make a lot of money here,” wrote another.
One villain suggested he would do it “at 20 percent tax” with his choice of drink.
But the author was not interested in it.
“No thanks,” she replied.