29 July, 2021 South Australia's other fake news source

Local wheelie bin maintains and confirms SAFM still rocks Banksia Park

DAN SCHMIDT

Decades after the heyday of the SAFM Black Thunders gracing suburban Adelaide streets handing out icy-cold cans of expired cola, one local kerbside waste container is still holding on to their strong opinion that SAFM (nee hit107, nee SAFM) still “Rocks” multiple things and places.

Speaking exclusively to Adelaide Mail about this strong opinion the bin stated ‘Yes, I stand by the fact that SAFM did, and still do, rock Banksia Park’ comically flapping their lid up and down like it was a mouth ‘but I guess that’s just my opinion, some people might say my taste in music is…rubbish! Ha-ha-ha!’ laughed the bin, flapping its lid even faster and harder.

It was at this point we realised that the two tabs of acid were really starting to kick in and we didn’t actually have a real news story to go with this headline.

Those stickers must be pretty durable to last this long though, that’s pretty impressive. There’s also a Camry Crows one with a Hungry Jack’s logo on the end for some reason, that’s advertising at least four companies on the one sticker.

Also, somewhat interestingly, this bin was spotted in the adjacent suburb of Fairview Park, not Banksia Park.

So in summary, we just saw a bin with an old SAFM sticker on it and thought “That’s probably a story” and here we are.

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Comments
  • As a resident of Banksia Park, I doubt this is correct as we definitely only ever listen to some version of ABC on the wireless. None of this horrible loud garbage for us, and the music on there is bad too!

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