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Monday, 25 November 2013

Swaziland Bans Witches from Fly on Broom-Sticks Above 150 Meters?

Swaziland Bans Witches from Fly on Broom-Sticks Above 150 Meters?

Sorry to all you witches in Swaziland, but it looks like you’ve been grounded. Swaziland’s Civil Aviation Authority marketing and corporate affairs director Sabelo Dlamini said that all witches have officially been banned from flying higher than 150 meters, but anything below that is a-OK. This ban also applies to toy helicopters and kites. When asked to explain the country’s aviation law, Dlamini says that the ban had to be reiterated thanks to one person, a private investigator named Hunter Shongwe. Hunter was recently arrested after he was caught flying a toy helicopter with a camera attached to it (why do I find that so funny). He was charged with flying an unregistered aircraft and for failing to appear before his chief to be questioned by authorities. But, anyone (including witches) caught flying anything above 150 meters will face a R500,000 (roughly $50,000) fine. If you’re a witch who can fly on a broom-stick, please teach me how just don’t fly around to high I guess. I know over in Swaziland they believe in witchcraft and all that, but it almost seems that they’re just trying to cover every possible thing or person that could fly higher than 150 meters. That’s why they also included toy choppers and kites in this ban as well. So they figured why not include witches so there’s no “loop hole” of sorts. So, time for the question of the day. Which witch ability would you rather have, the ability to fly around on a broom-stick or creature magic potions (You can’t creature a flying potion BTW)?

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