Maverick North Queensland MP Bob Katter has flown down to Sydney today to support his beloved NRL Side. First stop, Bondi Beach.

The sunkissed boys from the North Queensland Cowboys are living out yet another fairytale finals dash, but history shows they a late round match against Sydney Roosters is a curveball for any club. Since their inception in 1995, the Cowboys have struggled to get one over the boys from Bondi this late in the season.

It is for this reason that Bob Katter MP has been standing in the main drag of Bondi Beach’s Campbell parade firing a legally-grey lever-action shotgun into the local businesses.

“It’s just a bit of mind games” he said to both police and the media.

“Sometimes, with a team like the Roosters you need to show them that we mean business up north”

Katter says that the reputation held towards North Queenslanders as being polite and gentle salt of the earth types doesn’t help when it comes to the pre-match intimidation factor.

“Let me tell you, it wasn’t easy getting this thing through Kingsford Smith. These bloody nanny state airport security were acting like I’m of Arabic descent or something” he says before firing a round into the glass facade of a nearby juice bar.

“This’ll get into their heads”

Of the two sides’ 35 meetings, North Queensland have won just 10 — the Roosters second best strike-rate against any rival and the Cowboys worst against any team (equal with the Melbourne Storm).


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