Newstalk ZB presenter Rachel Smalley thought that her microphone was switched off when she made the comments, during a story about the fact that the morning after pill is less effective for women who weigh over 70 kgs. The segment was discussing the fact that the average weight of women in New Zealand is 72 kgs. It was a genuine mistake. Disgusting behaviour from Rachel Smalley with a disingenuous apology. Besides, her comments were factually inaccurate. The average weight of women in New Zealand is 72kgs.
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Calm, cud-chewing bovines or a serious threat to walkers — just how dangerous are cows in Britain's countryside? Grazing cows are an ubiquitous sight in the British countryside, and many a public footpath snakes through fields full of cattle, usually so used to humans that they barely give walkers a second glance. But recent reports of these traditionally docile animals injuring and even killing people has worried visitors to rural areas. Are livestock in public places more of a danger than we think? Tragically, over the years, cattle-related fatalities have given weight to this argument.