The Hauraki breakfast crew have made a hilarious jab against Max Key with their take on his "real men ride women" comment.
Radio Hauraki's Matt Heath and Jeremy Wells are in the process of committing 50 "low-level crimes" in 50 days to celebrate 50 years since the pirate radio station hit the airwaves.
So far, they've been doing things like putting food waste in the recycling bin, using the women's toilet because it's cleaner and riding bikes without helmets.
But today, they took on two crimes at once in response to Max Key's latest social media gaffe, in which he drove past some cyclists shouting "real men ride women" out the window on the way past.
Matt and Jeremy's seventh and eighth crimes were "filming whilst driving" and a "male transportation crime" - in which Jeremy drove past Matt getting a piggy-back ride from a woman and shouting out "real men ride bikes".
See for yourself: