Will Dick Pratt do a Bondy? "I am sick, your Honour, and I don't remember doing what I did... not even once... back then... at the All Nations... on May 21, 2001."
BILLIONAIRE Dick Pratt faces up to four years' jail after being charged yesterday with lying about his knowledge of a price-fixing scandal.
The laying of criminal charges could force Mr Pratt to step down as president of Carlton Football Club.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission alleges the chief of cardboard manufacturer Visy gave false and misleading evidence before a commission hearing in 2005.
The way I see it, Dick will plead guilty, get his charge reduced by 25%, and be free to president next weekend.
Unfortunately for Dick, Adam Goodes has the Get Out Of Jail Free card:
The Carlton Football Club 2008 Charity Edition of Monopoly was officially launched on June 12 at the MCG.
The game celebrates Carlton’s remarkable history as well as today’s players. The Carlton version of the world famous board game features 22 current players and four icons of the Club. Rather than wheel and deal with Mayfair and Park Lane, players have the chance to build a footy-opoly empire through buying, renting and mortgaging their favourite Carlton stars. Stars and legends featuring the ‘top end’ of the Board Walk include Chris Judd, Brendan Fevola, Nick Stevens and Marc Murphy.