Backpackers have been warned – when travelling to the Northern Territory, COVID-19 is the least of your worries.
Local man Darryl Haggarty took to the Australia Backpackers Facebook page with a hilarious letter on Saturday informing tourists that while coronavirus cases remain low, 더나인카지노 other dangers are always present.
His open letter urged people to stay away from the Top End, joking that mythical Australian creatures like the ‘Drop Bear’ are running rampant.
‘If you planning on visiting Darwin or any part of the NT, we’re doing OK here right now with COVID cases,’ the post read.
‘We watch in horror as the rest of the country spikes and wonder how long before it makes its way here.
A Northern Territory man has urged tourists to avoid the state, 퍼스트카지노 warning of natural predators roaming the region. Pictured is popular tourist attraction Kakadu National Park
But the Top End local said those planning to travel to the state should be wary of other dangers.
He said vicious wildlife was running rampant and there had been a spate of horrific attacks, including crocodiles eating some ‘smaller people’ and porcupines ‘stabbing small children’ should they dare to enter the bush.
‘If you plan on vacationing at our rivers, lakes or on our waterfalls this winter, I think you should know that red ants and bedbugs have infested hotels, motels and cabins across the area due to an unusual spring,’ he continued.
‘We have had rabid dingo sightings at every park and town. We have Bigfoots INVADING OUR PARKS.’
‘Drop bears have made their way over and multiplied at unprecedented rates and wander the local campgrounds in packs.
We’ve got S**TLOADS of murder hornets. Not to mention the nasty redbacks.
‘Head lice now fly… right beside the bats.’
The Territorian begged people not to travel for their own safety.
‘So stay where you are, in your own state or country where it’s safe!’ he said.
‘Seriously, 코인카지노 PLEASE DO NOT COME HERE…
and we also have NO TOILET PAPER!!’
The warning worked on some, with a few out-of-staters saying they would stay put.
Mr Haggarty joked that crocodiles in the area have been eating all domesticated animals and some ‘smaller people’ (stock image)
Mr Haggarty’s post said vicious wildlife had been terrorising people in the Northern Territory
‘I will stay in Victoria this year,’ one person wrote.
Another added: ‘Love it.
Staying in Melbourne.’
Others were undeterred.
‘Sounds like my kinda place,’ a third comment read.
‘I reckon I could get umpteen busloads of Victorians interested in eating tours.
Can you start training the Crocs to eat slowly?’ someone else joked.
‘See you next week mate,’ another said.