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18 August, 2011

Mr R.F. JOHNSON: I am answering the question, but I will answer it in my way. The Leader of the Opposition can answer questions in his way, but I will answer this question my way.

Mr J.R. Quigley: When I rang up to say there was someone looking through my window at me having a shower —

Mr R.F. JOHNSON: For goodness sake; don’t you start!

Mr J.R. Quigley: — the police did not come out and arrest the bloke! There was a pervert at my window perving on me taking a shower!

Several members interjected.

The SPEAKER: Order! As I understand it, the member for Girrawheen has asked a question of the Minister for Police. I understand, and, hopefully, as other people in this place understand, the minister is endeavouring to answer the question. Member for Mindarie, I formally call you to order for the first time today.

Mr R.F. JOHNSON: Mr Speaker, I would cut my own throat before I would willingly look at the member for Mindarie, I can tell you.

Mr J.R. Quigley interjected.

Mr R.F. JOHNSON: In fact, I had a nightmare last night—but I will continue with my answer. I will not go into the nightmare; it might be too amusing for some people.

Subject: Police Assistance Centre – Telephone Calls [Legislative Assembly – Questions Without Notice]

Date: 7 April 2011

Hansard reference: pp. 2660-2661 [online (pdf)]

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