Someone from Nickelback’s entourage wants Aussie police to stop making fun of them

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Nickelback — music’s favourite punch line — look like they’ve had enough.

Australia’s Queensland Police Service received many Internet high fives for this wanted poster of the band, posted on their Facebook page in May 2015 while the band was touring Australia.

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According to the poster, Nickelback was “wanted for crimes against music,” with Queensland cops on the “lookout for these men who are believed to be impersonating musicians” in the region

“Avoid the area. It may be hazardous to your hearing and street cred,” police warned. Read more…

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Australian politicians won’t stop dropping references to Taylor Swift

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Taylor Swift is currently sending Australia into Tay Tay fever as she tours the country, and it seems the nation’s politicians aren’t immune.

Take Treasurer Scott Morrison. The minister was responding to media questions Monday regarding whether he had been offered the treasury job by current Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull in February, months before the dumping of former Prime Minister Tony Abbott

We won’t bore you with the details, but please note the part where the Liberal Party member told reporters to “shake it off” in regards to these events.

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