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THE LEW SPRUNG: People power to stop Sol Lew’s rude moves

FcuklewBillionaire Sol Lew is causing a big stink around Melbourne, critics say.

His refusal to face the inevitable and demolish his spoiled daughter’s illegally constructed $300,000 horizon pool that supposedly overlooks a nudist beach threatens to cause a local uprising according the local Leader newspaper. They report:

Mt Eliza Action Group secretary June Horner says there will be protests if Solomon Lew is allowed to buy Crown land presently occupied by an illegally built pool.

Local Liberal MP David Morris is also outraged by the idea that people could illegally build a pool on public land then when busted for the crime be allowed to buy their way out of it:

Mornington state Liberal MP David Morris said he also opposed the public land being sold or leased to Mr Lew.

“It’s public land and it should remain so,’’ he said.

As one of few south-eastern Melbourne Liberal MPs not involved in street-assaults, the family drug business, porn production or questionable fund-raising, Morris clearly represents a beacon light of freedom in the heights of Mt Eliza.

Local council patriot Leigh Eustace is also on the record opposing any “sale” of public land to help avoid Lew demolishing his illegal pool arguing it would set a dangerous precedent that could see the widespread arrogation of public land for private use.

Indeed, VEXNEWS, in those circumstances, would give careful consideration to constructing our own residence in the Botanical Gardens, perhaps at a site near one of our favourite breakfast-providers The Botanical. (A venue from which – it is believed – Sol Lew has been banned after repeatedly bringing his own tea-bag to the venue and declining to pay for hot water)

We would – after a certain amount of outcry – then offer to buy the land underneath our illegal dwelling and perhaps an acre or so for appropriately sized private grounds for my hounds.

It is, of course, a laughable and outrageous idea.

And it should come as no surprise that it comes from Lew and his infamous lawyer Sam Bond, a failed former basketballer whose knees still give him grief, who does his best to help Lew escape justice.

RobertdoyleMeanwhile, the Sunday Herald Sun and Melbourne’s plain-living Lord Mayor Robert Doyle have joined forces to oppose the unsightly FCUK sign that greets visitors to Melbourne driving in over the Bolte Bridge.

Who is responsible for this?

You guessed it, Solomon Lew.

He owns the FCUK business in Australia.

Doyle has called on “people power” to encourage the company to remove the sign.

An excellent idea.

Discussion

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  1. Why Fatty? You have been in a good paddock with EPC. You are looking fatter than ever before!

    Posted by McPerton | September 5, 2011, 8:57
  2. don’t mention “people power”… stephen mayne may get ideas into his head again!

    Posted by oh no | September 5, 2011, 11:02
  3. The sign is in very poor taste.

    It is a pre-pubescent pimply tween guffaw sort of joke. You can be naughty by implication and get away with it. When challenged by someone you say with a straight face, it just means French Connection United Kingdom.

    From memory, it seems you can get a permit for a site for a sign of a certain size and type and orientation (why you would need a permit on your own land to erect a billboard is another issue entirely). Once the permit is granted, the contents of the sign can be changed at any time subject only to complaints being made to some industry body for advertisers – the Advertising Standards Council or whatever it is called now-a-days.

    If Vexnews publishes Lew’s business address and/or email contact, I will write him a nice letter asking that he put something else up from his stable of successful clothing brands.

    Personally, I would never buy a FCUK anything for anybody but obviously there’s quite a bit of money in it. Around Kew, Hawthorn, Camberwell, Toorak, Malvern, I’ve seen quite a few girls some as young as 4 or 5 wearing the t-shirts or tank tops – is it a woman’s only label? I can’t imagine a parent of a kindergarten age girl putting this sort of clothing on their little darling but I am probably an old fuddy-duddy.

    Posted by Giuseppe De Simone | September 5, 2011, 16:31
  4. Rosie love can you pass me another one of your pads, dam I’ve just soiled myself again.

    Posted by Solly Phew | September 5, 2011, 16:45
  5. “As one of few south-eastern Melbourne Liberal MPs not involved in street-assaults, the family drug business, porn production or questionable fund-raising, Morris clearly represents a beacon light of freedom in the heights of Mt Eliza.”

    Good God! The Liberal Party’s changed a heap since Michael Wooldridge was my MHR.

    Posted by Gregoryno6 | September 5, 2011, 21:41
  6. Where’s me dinner EPC, dam I want it now woman.

    Posted by Fatty Doyle | September 6, 2011, 20:25
  7. Fcuk you Lew. Wants to charge struggling families 10% tax on internet sales to fatten his own pockets with cash while he steals the peoples’ land. Dirty dirty fcuker.

    Posted by Anonymous | September 12, 2011, 23:13
  8. Fcuk you Lew. Wants to charge struggling families 10% tax on internet sales to fatten his own pockets with cash while he steals the peoples’ land. Dirty dirty fcuker

    Posted by Anonymous | September 12, 2011, 23:13
  9. The topic concerning the FCUK sign. Ted! Ya dill.
    FCUK is an internationally recognised retail brand of clothing. Australia is, supposedly , a Liberal, Democracy. Who are you?

    Posted by Democracy | September 21, 2011, 19:38

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