An unnamed special VEXNEWS investigator operating in the bayside haven of G-Town, Geelong, reports on some late-night shenanigans that would do rogue Victorian MP turned entitlements rorter Geoff Shaw proud:
Last Friday night, October 5, 2012 at approximately 10.30pm travelling past the office of South Barwon MP Andrew Katos I noticed the vehicle proudly owned by Standby Security proprietor and Liberal Party Corangamite Branch President and candidate for the City of Greater Geelong Council, Angelo Kakouros, parked out the front of the office and the lights turned on in Mr Katos’s office.
Mr Kakouros’s Standby Security vehicle has been parked out the front of the office on numerous occasions since Mr Katos has been elected, which made even the least conspiratorially minded smelling a rat.
Angelo had earlier in the week distanced himself from the Liberal Party claiming to be running as an Independent candidate for the City of Greater Geelong (Geelong Advertiser October 4, 2012) because another Liberal member had claimed to be an independent and not a Liberal Party member, I was curious as to why he would be at Mr Katos’s office so late at night.
I pulled over believing he may have been printing material for his local government election campaign using the extensive taxpayer-funded propaganda facilities present in all MP’s offices.
On inspection from outside of the middle and rear sections of the office area where the lights were on, I noticed a box of election flyers with the name Kakouros emblazoned upon it.
In the finest traditions of the VEXNEWS Investigations Unit, I pulled out my camera-equipped Chinese-made smart-phone and took a number of photos in which I believe I then startled a man in the office who then approached the window peering out like a puzzled store dummy.
I quickly moved from the window as not to be detected. Like Mossad, VEXNEWS’s victories mostly go undetected.
On leaving the scene I checked the back of the building where Mr Katos parks his Ford Territory. A Ford Territory – no doubt state-sponsored – was parked there.
On returning to High Street I took a number of photos of Angelo Kakouros’s car parked near the front of the office of Mr Katos.
I then proceeded to McDonalds to purchase dinner (EDITOR notes: betraying VEXNEWS strategic partners at KFC) and on returning past the office took more photos through the office window of the box containing Mr Kakouros’s election flyers.
I parked my vehicle directly opposite the fish and chip shop for approximately 20 minutes before moving to the Aldi Car Park in the hope I would be able to see the men exit the office with the boxes of Angelo Kakouros election flyers. I also hoped it would afford me with reasonable excuse to visit an alternate fast-food provider later in the evening.
Tragrically, phone ran out of battery at approximate 1.20am Saturday morning at which time neither of the two men inside had exited the building and I returned home, thinking about fried chicken and lying Liberals.