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Friday, 30 July 2010

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In the first-ever public display of an exorcism, priests from Mel Gibson's own Church of the Holy Family will be exorcising Mel Gibson's demons in front of thousands of fans who paid the $57.85 ticket price to see it. The event, just announced this past Wednesday, has already sold out.

The exorcism will take place on the grounds of the Church, and fans are asked to bring their own chairs because seating is not provided. Depending on the number of demons residing within Mr. Gibson, the exorcism could take as little as 15 minutes or last for two to three days. Attendees are therefore encouraged to bring a cooler filled with drinks and snacks just in case.

The exorcism, being billed as "Mel's Spew-tacular" will feature all the usual characteristics of a traditional exorcism. There will be extremely foul language both in English and in Latin and sometimes in backwards English and Latin and therefore, parents are advised to leave the children at home. Some fans in the front row may even be asked by Mel himself to blow him as he levitates off the ground calling everyone in the audience gold-digging exorcism fans. It is advised that those with front-row seats bring rain ponchos with them as Mel will most likely spew forth more than just foul language.

The price of the ticket includes a "Meet Mel" event afterwards so that exorcism-goers can witness up front and personal the change that will overcome the star. Special guests on hand will include the entire cast of Paranormal State and Linda Blair.

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