Channel bonding at LANmania

The channel is still in recovery mode after over 500 people last Wednesday squeezed into Star City's Cave nightclub. And by all accounts the evening well, err . . . pumped.

As the pictures testify, LAN Systems treated resellers to a bikie-themed night complete with leather, chains, tattooists and Harley Davidsons.

While some danced and drank freely, others copped an eyeful of the amazing jelly wrestling displayed by some very "talented" women scantily clad in bikinis and lapped it up.

Meanwhile, LAN Systems used the occasion to celebrate its recent acquisition by Westcon Group's Comstor division. In town were US Westcon execs Tom Dolan and Alan Marc Smith. And while we don't mind visiting Yanks, someone should have told them there's no excuse for yelling only two "Aussie! Aussie!" when given the microphone. Sure, some people returned the obligatory "Oi Oi Oi", but they were just being polite. Tabloid would like to remind the boys this little ditty is officially banned from public places in Australia after the Olympics overload!

Meanwhile, one of ARN's own journalists did his best to overshadow the efforts of the jelly wrestlers. Richard Noone, pictured here, brought the house down with his cage dancing antics. Richard protested, claiming he was actually "trying to get out of the cage", but it didn't look like he was having a bad time.

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