This week has seen Queensland Parliament try to pass the R18+ legislation it failed to pass in the last Parliamentary sitting year. Today the bill finally hit the floor of the house for discussion. Moments later, a media release was issued saying the law was passed without a vote even taking place. The reason? Somebody pressed send before it was time. Whoops. All the while, gamers are still being told to wander down into New South Wales to pick up copies of R18+ titles to smuggle them back across the border. Read the full facepalm on Kotaku Australia. [Kotaku]
Queensland Jumps The Gun On R18+ Legislation By Accidentally Announcing That It Passed
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