Car­ried away by lav

Herald Sun - Switched On - - Guide -

IF YOU saw it on Kenny’s World you’d laugh it off as fic­tion, but wit­nesses to an in­ci­dent dur­ing film­ing of a Mel­bourne TV com­mer­cial swear this story is true. An in­sur­ance ex­ec­u­tive, in town for the film­ing of a new com­mer­cial, was caught with his pants down in a full Por­taloo, as it was hitched to the back of a unit truck and driven to a new lo­ca­tion. The poor soul spent the next half-hour madly call­ing the only per­son he knew on the set, who un­for­tu­nately had her phone switched to si­lent while the crew recorded sound. By the time the client’s plight was dis­cov­ered, he had trav­elled on his throne from Essendon air­port to Port Mel­bourne— an un­com­fort­able trip along the free­way. He was given a hearty round of ap­plause as he was re­turned, red-faced but good-hu­moured, in the cabin of the truck an hour later.

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