Ethan Switch - Thursday, 29 July 2004
Two hours after the initial call, the crew of a fire department in the city welcomed, in part, the cause of their now room temperature and much claggier lunches. Finding it hard to navigate the marble stoned walls and floors of newly erected office building, the ensuing mayhem of the lunch bound workers hampered efforts of the fire fighters.
Slowed down by the romp of curiosity and impatience, the rescue crew found a harder time to keep the crowd down when whispered reports surfaced on the possibility of parts severed from a human body. Others held a seeing-eye dog blinded by the fall of its drug-taking master. Dripping blood and feeling rather fleshy, the chaos was quelled when it was discovered that the blockage in the system wasn't flesh of human after all.
Between two floors of an office building, a meat tray bearing the logo of a nearby RSL was found wedged in the elevator shaft. Taped underside was raffle ticket 39 blue, bearing initials RO.