World news – Former Prime Minister held for Noosa Uber drivers

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This is exactly what happened to a group of tipsy night owls in Noosa who jumped into Kevin Rudd’s car halfway to discover he wasn’t an Uber driver.

Dad just took us to a restaurant in Brought to Noosa and then went to a park because it was raining. Then I thought I saw some people stacked in his car, told me it wasn’t – must be a similar looking Uber.

« Four young Melburnians got soaked in a sub-tropical downpour in Queensland last night in Noosa from a subtropical downpour in Queensland without Uber in sight, « he said.

 » So what should a man do? Good kids. I hope they had fun up here. « 

The 63-year-old Mr. Rudd had just dropped his daughter Jessica in Noosa when a false identity case unfolded.

Guilty as charged. Four young Melburnians were soaked in a sub-tropical downpour in Queensland last night in Noosa with no Uber in sight … So what should a man do? Good kids. I hope they had fun up here.

She said her dad tried to find a parking space after he dropped her off because it was raining.

« Then I thought I had some Seeing people stacking in his car told me it wasn’t – must be a similar looking Uber, « she said.

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