The day is surely not far away when John Key's gift of the
gab will be unable to talk him out of a political quagmire
into which he has so needlessly dug himself.
Prime Minister John Key has talked about the ponytail fallout
at the International Peace Summit in Istanbul.
Prime Minister John Key's touching of a waitress' ponytail
came after he let his guard down in a place where he felt
comfortable, National MP Judith Collins says.
A row has broken out over an interview with the waitress
whose hair was pulled by Prime Minister John Key.
A waitress says she went public about John Key repeatedly
pulling her hair at the Parnell cafe where she works because
the Prime Minister "feels he is untouchable".
Prime Minister John Key says his pulling of a ponytail, which
an Auckland waitress described as bullying, was just a case
of him "horsing around".
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