Mick Molloy has shared a story about one man's typical Aussie sense of humour as he visited what remained of his house on Black Saturday.
The story - told to him by fellow comedian Glenn Robbins - was about one man Glenn met who had to share the bad news to his wife that their house had burnt down on this day 10 years ago.
He did it with the sort of humour Mick thought was classic Australia.
“This is why I love Australians. This is the Australian sense of humour to me. In the face of adversity and sheer tough, hard yards, you can still have the presence of mind to maintain your sense of humour," he said on Kennedy Molloy.
“This guy had to go back, the was the only one allowed into his street, all the houses were burnt to the ground. There was nothing there.
“He had to ring up his wife and tell her the bad news, and this is how he chose to do it."
MICK RECALLS THE STORY: