Caravan “withdrawal” unit: The Alternative Commentary Collective’s mission to save the health of Kiwi men
Jason Hoyte and Mike Minogue, Hauraki’s best, are on a mission to help Kiwi Men put pleasure back into the health of Kiwi Men. Photo / NZME
Male “swimmers” are dwindling at an “alarming” rate – but now Hauraki’s best Jason Hoyte and Mike Minogue are on a mission to help Kiwi men put pleasure back into the health of Kiwi men.
Minogue was recently faced with an uncomfortable situation that many men in New Zealand have faced – needing to produce a semen sample for scientific reasons but with no place to facilitate it.
It is a struggle for men to produce a sample for semen testing and then deliver it to the lab under proper conditions.
So Minogue and Hoyte of the Hauraki Drive Show adapt the famous ACC commentary trailer into a mobile “pickup” unit, parked outside clinics to help men produce and then transport a sample.
Nicknamed the “Vatican of New Zealand Sport”, the ACC caravan was the scene of many moments of pleasure shared between Kiwi men.
Now is the place where guys can donate their own share of science for improving Kiwi men’s health.
Minogue and Hoyte aim to take the ACC trailer out on the road and park it outside clinics up and down the country, for the men to help produce samples.
The clinic will be aided with anything that might help, including Hoyte’s appeal to Grant Elliott’s six game winners to put the Black Caps in the 2015 CWC Finals and a life-size replica of Hoyte’s smooth chest after the victory for the Black Caps in the World Trial Championship Final last month.
And they are open to any other idea that might help Kiwi men in their quest for better health.
Comedian and TV star Dai Henwood also struggled with the issue, explaining that he was caught off guard on his way to the clinic.
He joined the Hauraki Big Show with Jase and Mike to tell the story.
Due to popular demand from Hauraki fans, “The Friday Big Show” starring Jason Hoyte and Mike Minogue now brings you home every day of the week starting at 4pm. Two of New Zealand’s top performers will give you head-to-head laughs, questionable jokes, and an escape from reality as you step out for the day.