Spoof news stories from Wednesday 3 December 2003
In what is one of the most shocking relevations ever, Bill Gates, CEO of Microsoft Inc. has confessed to being an alien. Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft expressed his surprise in a statement issued from his home where he is lying in a fetal posit...
Unfortunate rock-god Alice Cooper told of his Hell as his hands were stapled to the floor of his Los Angeles home. Cooper said, "I was having some fun with a staple gun, and look what happened."...
Pope John Paul II has advocated the used of flavoured condoms after Vatican researchers discovered they are technically classified as ‘novelty toys' rather than contraceptives.
Doctor Who, famous Time Lord and owner of 300 Millets scarves, revealed his newest form of transport today, using a shiny brand-spanking-new TARDIS device.
Homer Simpson received a Christmas surprise when a group of muggers went on a festive buying spree and emptied the shops of all his CDs and merchandise.
Unconfirmed sources have indicated that legal counsel for The Spoof are preparing to file a lawsuit against the BBC under European law for unfair competition and abuse of a dominant market position.
The US military has put on hold a controversial $380 deal to buy McHubert hamburgers.
People Magazine announced today its' selection for its' yearly Sexiest Man Alive---Michael Jackson.
On Thanksgiving morning I woke up, turned on CNN and was amazed to find out that George Bush had flown to Iraq for two and a half hours without any advance warning.