Funky message for Tas MPs
A man is on bail, accused of plotting to dump a large load of manure to send a message to the state government.
Politicians are often accused of spreading verbal manure and that's lost on Bridgewater's Scott Moore who's claimed to have threatened to dump the real thing near state parliament.
He was arrested early this morning at the Executive Building in Murray Street, allegedly having threatened to let rip with his 8 tonne truckload of animal manure.
Newscorp reports the 51 year old is banned from Centrelink offices over long running grievances and is disgruntled at how the state government is managing the health system.
He is to appear in the Hobart Magistrates Court on October 14.