New Zealands Matthew Blomfield, conman and New Zealand Herald journo Bevan Hurley’s pin-up boy and fellow bullshit artist is the centre of attention yet again. Although this time its the sort of attention that we’re pretty sure Blomfield would have preferred to avoid.
Matty Blomfield was apparently putting his feet up at home, incidentally the same house that he told the official assignee he no longer owned, 7 Rame Road, Greenhithe, Auckland New Zealand, when two blokes of polynesian appearance, (or alternatively of white appearance, having “blacked up” for the occasion) turned up armed to the teeth and let themselves in.
Apparently they then proceeded to give poor old Matty a thorough working over before one of the pair pulled the evenings hat trick, discharging a rifle and alerting neighbours to the unfolding melee next door. The two assailants, probably guessing that the game was up, then apparently scarpered, slipping into the Bush clad leafy darkness of Greenhithe, before the local constabulary’s Takapuna armed offenders squad decided to put in their own cameo appearance.
Blomfield suffering moderate facial injuries was then apparently ferried to Aucklands North Shore Hospital accident and emergency department where he spent the rest of the evening, in an understandably uncomfortable condition, nursing his recently acquired, unsolicited cosmetic facial surgery, at the hands of the two unknown and unqaulified Polynesian knuckle surgeons.
Mind you, vicious and unsubstantiated rumours have been circling the blogosphere for quite some time now that Matthew Blomfield not only owed money to honest Kiwi business’s and the stiched-up retiree’s that he’d dudded, but that he may also have owed money to a number of, what shall we call them, black market or “fuck all tier” finance institutions.
It just might be that Mr Blomfields unsolicited late night visit was a little more than your average run of the mill home invasion – what one might be more inclined to call, a personally delivered “late payment notice” – not quite Visa or Master Cards style but there you have it.
Of course the New Zealand Herald, as usual, has attempted to dumb the story down by feeding its readers half-truths, with a horse shit side; “Auckland businessman” – Yeah Right….give us a break…..you have to laugh, no journo was even game enough to put their name to the NZH crap, and not quite the front page headline Blomfield’s used to being served by his mates at the Herald!