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THE HUNGRY YACHTSMAN

Thursday February 24th, 2011
THE HUNGRY YACHTSMAN NAUTICAL FUN.

A hungry yachtsman moors his boat at the wharf by a restaurant and disembarks. As he approaches the restaurant he is accosted by a very smartly dressed dockhand who says,

'I'm really sorry, sir, but I can't let you dine here tonight. The Kings Jetty has a strict shirt and tie policy for the evening meal and you are not wearing a tie.'

The hungry yachtsman says, 'I'm not sure if I have a tie on board!'

The smartly dressed dockhand, not wanting to turn away a customer on what was a quiet midweek evening, says, 'Well, as you have sailed all the way here why don't you just find something that looks like a tie. I'm sure that will be okay.'

Ten minutes later, the yachtsman emerged from his cabin with a pair of jumper cables tied around his collar and says, 'Sorry, but this is all I could find.'

The smartly dressed dockhand shakes his head, sighs and says 'Okay, I'll let you in, but just don't start anything.'
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