Wednesday 5 December 2012

A Tale of Six Tails

Six well-developed bunnies, British girls selected from a large number of applicants, are pictured at London Airport before leaving for Chicago, where they will undergo training at the Bunny Warren for four months prior to the opening of a bunny club in London.

 Four of the girls come from the Greater London area, one from Bristol, and one from Glasgow.

Anything to declare? Search me!

"My, what long legs you've got" says 16-month old Eva
 Holland of Forest Hill, London, niece of one of the bunnies,
 as they adjust their tails before boarding the aircraft.

With a smile, the SEXtet of bunnies turn their backs Britain.


Dave Vermaak (Air Rhod,) Writes:-
The back page of the August 1966 SCAAner (Publication of CAA) was to prove that the Sunday Times (South African Sunday newspaper)  did not have sole-rights to good looking girls on the back page!

Extracted and recompiled by Eddy Norris from the August 1966 publication which was made available by Dave Vermaak

Thanks to Dave for sharing his memories with ORAFs.
Thanks also to BOAC (now BA) for the use of their material.

Comments are always welcome, please mail them to Eddy Norris at  and they will be loaded to this article.

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At 6 December 2012 at 06:02 , Blogger Rhodesia Remembered said...

Bill Teague (SAAF and RCAF) Writes:-

Hey howcome no names and telephone numbers????.

At 7 December 2012 at 20:57 , Blogger Rhodesia Remembered said...

Tom Krummell (USA) Writes:-

Bettilou is 90+, and her husband was the local Federal Aviation Administrator (FAA) supervisor at a local airport.

SHe Writes:-
But can they wrinkle their noses like the American Bunnies can do?


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