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Australian pub holds a wet t-shirt contest in honour of The Queen


Only in Australia: Country pub hosts wet t-shirt competition to ‘celebrate the life of Queen Lizzy’ – but not everyone is amused

An Australian pub is holding a wet t-shirt competition to ‘celebrate’ the life of The Queen the night before a national day of mourning. 

The Roebuck Bay Hotel, or The Roey as it’s known by locals, is Broome’s oldest pub and one of the most popular in the town of 14,000 people on Western Australia’s north coast. 

The venue regularly holds Wednesday night wet t-shirt contests but this week’s has been rebranded in honour of the beloved monarch – leading to a wave of backlash on social media calling it ‘distasteful’.

An Australian pub has rebranded the regular Wednesday night wet t-shirt competition in honour of the Queen (pictured)

An Australian pub has rebranded the regular Wednesday night wet t-shirt competition in…



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