Barnacle Bill will start delivering anywhere along the North East Busway track starting early next month.
William Cirriped, Director of Innovative Strategies at Barnacle Bill said this was a perfect opportunity to take advantage of the existing O-Bahn infrastructure.
‘We don’t have the traffic or speed restrictions of Uber drivers. Previously picnickers along the north-east stretch of the Torrens only had one option if they desired seafood, and that was to dangle a line in the river’.
‘Now instead of catching carp, they can catch a Treasure Chest pack thrown out of the window of a bus travelling at 80 kph. And we’re quietly confident that like most of our products, it will still taste at least as good as a river carp’.
Responding to questions that this is an ill-conceived project that is only going ahead because he’s so proud of the name he came up with, Cirriped said ‘nothing could be further from the truth. I didn’t even come up with the name first, it came from one of our chip fryers at our Marden shop who threatened to sue if I used it, but he saw my point of view after he was caught on CC camera stealing a chip’.