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With several thoughtful strokes of his chin, he settled on the essential attributes for his Mrs Right. If Mrs Right got lucky, Jacky might even show her some moves - and we don't mean where he sets farts on fire. The brutal truth, however, is that in a town where men reportedly outnumber women five to one, Jacky may never find his perfect match. This is a town where even the stray dogs struggle to find a willing mate. Things are so grim in The Isa that Mayor John Molony this week invited the nation's "ugly ducklings" to waddle their genetically awkward frames into town, where they could find esteem-soaring comfort in the arms of desperate - and cashed-up - miners.
Ugly women mayor a 'hero'. If the ducklings lost their way, of course, they would need only to head for the giant cylindrical chimney rising majestically out of the town. They need to proceed to Mount Isa where happiness awaits," the Mayor said.
I won't say sorry, mayor says. Inexplicably, Mount Isa's women didn't warm to Molony's words. In the Barkly Hotel, local Kaz used two words to describe her Mayor: One rhymed with rockbed and the other was rude. After or-so locals descended upon Molony's office threatening to swiftly cut his votes off, Malony apologised. The latest on the unrepentent mayor. In the Barkly, year-old crane driver "Bull" was in full support of his Mayor's bold initiative.
Bull said there were two types of women in Mount Isa: The ones on medication and the ones that should be on medication. In the centre of town, year-old local girl Nadia Vazquez walked her Brisbane-based boyfriend Brett Dendle up to the Mount Isa lookout, a popular dating spot. Vazquez, to borrow from Mayor Molony's book of ornithological descriptors for women, was a veritable swan. Vazquez works in an art shop in town. She knows an oil painting and had some advice for Mount Isa men struggling in the dating game: "Change out of your work clothes.
Across town, the manager of the Overlander Hotel was nursing a black eye. He was the man who called Mount Isa the "beer goggle capital of Australia", a comment that hit headlines around the world, from London to New York. It appeared The Isa's women had already got to the fidgety publican. He had a broken front tooth to accompany the black eye. Ray Mackereth, publisher of Queensland's only gay and lesbian magazine, had a solution: "Maybe they should open a gay bar.