You look just like an Elvis from Hell!

Busker seranades a nightclub casualty at 3am on a Sunday morning in Northbridge. A worst by Golden Boy. Was it Brown Eyed Girl being played GB?  Nice to think it could have been For The Love of Ivy. His face was already blurry, so I had to pixelate his brogues instead. Like the ciggie.

About AHC McDonald

Comedian, artist, photographer and critic. From 2007 to 2017 ran the culture and satire site The Worst of Perth
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41 Responses to You look just like an Elvis from Hell!

  1. meacod says:



  2. E.V. says:

    That looks like blood on the footpath – could be another one punch casualty. Instead of giving fist aid and calling an ambo, the busker sings him a fucking lullaby, and probably helped himself to his change too, the looser.


  3. shazza says:

    A taxi in Northbridge at night? Sure this isnt photo shopped?


  4. skink says:

    what’s in the ball of newspaper? I’m hoping it’s a Plaka kebab
    we can’t see his right hand, he’s got a glass of beer (plastic of course)
    with a beer, a kebab and a durrie he’s set for the night.
    Music, moonlight, everything but the girl.


  5. cobbler64 says:

    They must be very distinctive brogues!


  6. David Cohen says:

    You will run this magnificent image, but not my woman with pram and Maccas?

    For shame.


  7. Golden Boy says:

    I believe the busker was singing something by James Blunt. Unfortunately this man wasn’t the only one we saw unconscious in the street, but he was the only one being serenaded.


  8. Bill O'Slatter says:

    Barney’s inspection tour of Northbridge didn’t end all that well, although he still had his pants on which was a win all round. A taxi driver mistaking him for Troy drove on, as in a painting by Bruegel


  9. The Legend 101 says:

    OMG 3am and doesent look like Elvis but it looks like hell.


  10. Onanist says:

    The first (and only) time I ended up like that punter, I got a lift to the Royal Prince Alfred in an ambliance.


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