A crummy act as bread bomber tar­gets Rose­bery


HALF-BAKED pranksters have res­i­dents in Rose­bery scratch­ing their heads af­ter leav­ing dozens of ran­dom bread loaves on front lawns all around the neigh­bour­hood.

Con­fused res­i­dent Brook Jones said she found three loaves at the front of her Wood Cres­cent home on Wed­nes­day night.

“It was the most bizarre thing, all I could think was: ‘what the hell is this?’” she said.

“The bread was still sealed in plas­tic, not sliced or any­thing.

“It was un­ex­plain­able, so I posted about it on the lo­cal Face­book group and it turns out loaves of bread had been turn­ing up all over the place.”

Liv­ing a few streets over from her on Hay­don St, Rhyann Walsh found an­other three loaves near his home as well.

“I no­ticed there was way too much bread around, it was bloody weird but the birds must’ve loved it,” he said.

“Maybe some­one broke into a su­per­mar­ket or a bak­ery rub­bish bin. It looks like they’ve been driv­ing around and just lob­bing them out of their car win­dow.”

A spokes­woman from the NT Po­lice said they “dough know what’s go­ing on with the way­ward loaves”.


Rose­bery res­i­dent Rhyann Walsh says ran­dom loaves of bread have been turn­ing up on peo­ple's front lawns

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