Queensland Government to hand out more motorbike licenses to address shortage of organ donors.

“We need to hurry things up a bit,” said government spokesperson, Taka Notherpoll (39).

With a current shortage of organ donors, and organs available for donation, the State Government has had to think outside the box for solutions. And it appears they’ve landed on one, encouraging the increase in motorcyclists on the road.

“We need to hurry things up a bit,” said government spokesperson, Taka Notherpoll (39). “And what better way to get more organs into the medical system than encouraging people to jump on a machine with no external protection that will at some point run into a car, 4WD, or truck.”

Long known as a sure fire way to boost the number of injured and deceased on our roads, an increase in motorcyclists will not only provide us with more hearts, lungs and eye transplants, but it will also provide secondary benefits for a number of other industries according to Taka.

“Tow truck drivers, ambulance officers, roadside clean up crews – were really creating a jobs boom here with these death traps,” commented Taka.

Set to start next month, here’s hoping our organ starved hospitals and patients see a wet July to help boost donor numbers.

Published by Brian Rowe

Brian lives in Queensland with his wife and [insert Councilly approved number of] cats and dogs. He has been described as handsome, charming, intelligent... and his mum also said, “He’s a very good boy.”

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