Pam’s boyfriend says ‘not guilty’

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The boyfriend of Pam Babcock, the woman who sat on a toilet for so long that she became physically stuck to it, has entered a plea of ‘not guilty’ for the misdemeanour charge of mistreatment of a dependent adult.


The boyfriend, Kory McFarren, is also appearing on an unrelated charge of lewd behaviour. Good on you Kory. You know, Kory had my sympathy. I can totally understand how days, weeks and then months can pass without alerting anyone that your girlfriend is a bit crazy. I can’t believe I spent 9 months at my last job when it was the most miserable place in the whole of New Zealand – it just kind of happenned. But Kory, if this stuff about you flashing yourself to your neighbours is true, maybe you’re a little bit wrong upstairs too.

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Nat Newman is an award-winning writer of short stories, content, podcasts, feature articles, drunk text messages and, soon, a novella.


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