Above: All Black halfback Aaron Smith is pictured not having sex in a toilet
Things are tough in the news media, with journalists under increasing pressure to file stories the public will find clickworthy.
So this Aaron Smith sex story must be a welcome distraction from all the usual dreary news about crime, car accidents and the economy. This is a great story involving the three things people just love to read about: celebrity sex, sport and public toilets.
Like all stories, it will eventually run its course. But here are some fresh angles to help keep this thing alive for a wee bit longer.
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He got caught having sex in an airport toilet. What happened next will blow your mind.
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Patrick Gower: sex scandal final straw for failing Andrew Little
An editorial disapproving of this sort of thing
An editorial confusing sexual assault with consensual sex
Eddie Jones: Smith scandal shows ABs are vulnerable
Stephen Jones: Smith scandal shows ABs are overrated
Reader poll: is it time to ban toilets?
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Christchurch loo liaison: Green Party calls for urgent government inquiry
Thinking about toilet sex? ACC warns of injury risk
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Rugby great: “it would never have happened in my time”
What the world media is saying about our toilets
Editorial: PM’s comments on Smith scandal show economy is in good health
Here’s what some celebrities had to say about it on Twitter
Latest rugby incident may force NZRU to look again at castration option
Expert: Smith sex scandal won’t affect US election outcome
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Richie McCaw: “the boys will be gutted”
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Taxpayer’s Union discovers a waste-of-public-money angle to the story
You’re very welcome.