FIRST sea monster protection system to be developed in City of Port Adelaide Enfield

In a world first, a sea monster protection system will be built in the main port of South Australia, Port Adelaide.

Image: City of Port Adelaide Enfield

The City of Port Adelaide Enfield is making a move to protect residents across Adelaide from the dangers of the deep by pledging to build the world’s first sea monster protection system in Port Adelaide, as announced on their social media this morning HERE.

With 80% of the world’s oceans remaining unexplored and with some of the deadliest creepy crawlies on land being found right here in Adelaide, the council is acknowledging these dangers and wants to help prepare residents for the terror hiding beneath the water.

As the main port of South Australia, Port Adelaide has a long history, with stories of what lies beneath being told in the pubs far and wide.

The City of PAE is committed to the project and is taking steps to ensure the protection system is world class further cementing South Australia as a location where ground breaking projects can be developed and established.

This project has been in the works for a number of years, with staff undertaking project scopes, while enlisting the help and support of marine and defence experts from around the world.

City of PAE Emergency Preparedness Coordinator, Kai Jeou said now is the time we took the stories seriously.

“The fact is that we simply don’t know what is down there, so it is really important that we take these brave steps to protect not just our local community but Adelaide as a whole, by planning for the unknown.

“Designs are already being drawn up, and we will tap into the flourishing local defence sector for construction of this complex project.

“Final plans for construction of the world’s first large defence robot were agreed upon at a meeting last Tuesday, with works to begin in the coming financial year.”

Research Biologist, Sally Ortega has been studying the deep for 20 years and applauds the bold project.

“Up until now it has been the thing of Hollywood movies, but the truth is that we have only mapped 20% of the ocean. As we uncover new parts of the ocean each day, there is more and more talk about discovering a true monster of the deep so it’s time the government took this seriously.”

To save on costs, the iconic Port Adelaide lighthouse will be repurposed into a stand and charging port to power the fight against anything that should rise up on our shores.

This will also further cement the historic lighthouse as a long term tourist destination in the Port.

JUST KIDDING! (This is an April Fools prank!)

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