Indian tourist's outback left turn fail

Feb 18, 2012 Full story: AdelaideNow...

IT took emergency crews over four hours to find a wayward tourist who got lost and hit a tree in southwest Queensland.

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Since: Nov 10

Southern California

#1 Feb 18, 2012
The 26-year-old man, believed to be of Indian descent, was travelling from Melbourne to Cairns when he ended up on a dark and isolated road south of Blackall, Queensland.

Can't believe I'm readin this shit! HAAAAAA HAAAAA are you goddamn shittin me. Haaaaaa haaaa.

What the hell are you doin in wolf creek australia bapu. There gonna sting your black ass up on a tree in AUSTRALIA AND YOU CRASH. Heehee.Dumbfu*k.

Well you got shit for brains BAPU. I'm American and I wouldn't set foot in Australia you stupid goddamn sonofabitch. Shouldn't go to Australia. That simple.
Elias

Glen Waverley, Australia

#2 Feb 18, 2012
I guess he had an adventure.

Since: Aug 09

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#3 Feb 18, 2012
Mr Humbert wrote:
The 26-year-old man, believed to be of Indian descent, was travelling from Melbourne to Cairns when he ended up on a dark and isolated road south of Blackall, Queensland.
Can't believe I'm readin this shit! HAAAAAA HAAAAA are you goddamn shittin me. Haaaaaa haaaa.
What the hell are you doin in wolf creek australia bapu. There gonna sting your black ass up on a tree in AUSTRALIA AND YOU CRASH. Heehee.Dumbfu*k.
Well you got shit for brains BAPU. I'm American and I wouldn't set foot in Australia you stupid goddamn sonofabitch. Shouldn't go to Australia. That simple.
I doubt you'd be allowed to set foot anywhere outside your cage and a good thing to. Morons like you should never be allowed on the streets

This happens a lot with tourists, especially city ones as they don't have a clue about the bush and never will.

Since: Feb 10

Camperdown, Australia

#4 Feb 18, 2012
Palawa wrote:
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I doubt you'd be allowed to set foot anywhere outside your cage and a good thing to. Morons like you should never be allowed on the streets
This happens a lot with tourists, especially city ones as they don't have a clue about the bush and never will.
lifesavers on sydney beaches pull dozens of tourists out of the water every summer - mainly asians but also idiots who don't know enough to swim between the flags.
kaiser sosef

Melbourne, Australia

#6 Feb 18, 2012
Maybe he is trying to become an illegal

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