NT News Reaches Peak Journalism, Appoints Croc/UFO Reporter

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The News Corp newspaper famous for its croc and UFO stories, NT News, has finally appointed a sole journalist to head up this very niche, very newsworthy category, and the coveted job has gone to Jill Poulsen.

The paper is renowned for having a cracking array of headlines and puns, including winners like ‘Why I stuck a cracker up my clacker’, ‘Horse in love with goat’ and ‘Best man left bleeding after being hit in head by flying dildo’.

And no, this is not a joke.

Poulsen has got plenty of experience in the field, with Fairfax reporting she’s even witnessed a UFO in action.

“It wasn’t a plane, it was quite literally an unidentified flying object,” Poulsen said.

“Ever since then, I really believed that they were out there and that the truth is out there for us to find.”

Poulsen looks ready for the job already!

Poulsen showing us why she’s made for this job. Source: Twitter

Poulsen isn’t a stranger to breaking croc news either, penning lead stories like ‘”Indecent-a-saltie” about a man who put his testicles inside the jaws of a saltwater crocodile.

“I hope that one day I will get so in touch with my subjects that I will be able to swim with them,” Poulsen said.

Twitter fans naturally have a case of job jealousy:

 

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