Holly Madison, who qualified recently as a self-styled celebrity (please drop the "t" when saying the word "celebrity" out loud) as a result of making a prat of herself on national television (lack of) reality show, was today refused insurance for her brain.
Speaking to us on the dog and bone, Churchill's nodding dog explained that he had to say "Oh! No!" as opposed to his highly acclaimed "Oh! Yes!" in order to prevent insurance fraud on a grand scale.
While Ms Madison has already insured her chest for $1million, Nodding Dog said that it would be altogether inappropriate for a reality "star" to insure her brain. Should she ever report her brain as either lost or stolen, there would be no proof available to the underwriters that she had one in the first place, and that if she did have one, that it was actually in working order at the time of any alleged loss or breakage.
He went on to bark that false claims such as this are putting up the average insurers' premiums at a rate even in excess of Sir Fred Shred's pension, and this would be wholly unacceptable in this economic climate.
So I'm afraid it's a "no" from me and a "no" from him.