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Correctives: Rankin's Choice Of Dress Defended!!!

"Christine Rankin is quite entitled to wear whatever she likes but we do wish to raise some issues of sartorial challenges within the public service!!!"

Sister Malaria, Pustulant Mistress and Acting Leader of the Corrective Party broke wind on the issue of the controversial WINZ chief executive today:

"Firstly, at least Ms.Rankin is actually wearing clothes, unlike the perpetrators of World Nudeness Day. Secondly, at least the clothes are appropriate ones for her gender. Thirdly, at least they are suitably modest.

Why is Ms. Rankin being subjected to these unseemly remarks when there are all manner of Scotsmen, wanton lycra clad cycle couriers clad in shameful clinging outfits that leave nothing to the imagination, inciting palpitations to virginal sisters who prefer not to see men's nether bits outlined in striking relief against their heaving chiselled pectoral and abdominal muscles??" questioned the paramount SM Nun in New Zealand.

Contact: Sister Malaria SM
(06) 3583609

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