THE NSW state government’s new Fire Engines, which use soundwaves to draw attention and shake nearby vehicles, have led to an increase in fires and call-outs to dance parties across the state.
The engines use incredibly loud and low bass frequencies, and ravers couldn’t be happier about the new changes.
“I thought my Skyline had an awesome system, but these state-issued ones are just insane!” screamed a very energetic Trevor Muntman to no one in particular. “If the party starts to lull, or the drugs really start kicking in, someone gets on to 000 and calls in a fire.”
“Of course, we then have to start one or we’ll be arrested. While the firemen are busy putting out the flames we take the party outside, hijack the sound system and play Skrillex till windows start exploding. These firemen are pretty good too, we’ve only lost three clubs since we started, and we’ve lit five fires!”
A spokeman for Fire and Rescue NSW offered no comment on the matter, but claimed to be looking forward to headlining the Boiler Room at the 2014 Big Day Out.
Reported by David Piepers