Reports today have emerged that conglomerate Disney is suing NASA over the naming rights of Pluto. The entertainment giants claim that the recent media interest given to the dwarf planet is detracting from their brand and causing them to lose tens of dollars.
A spokesperson for the company, Mr Disney Employee 15690, had this to say: "It's a massive shambles. How they can sit there and allow our brand to be damaged by this spacey thing is beyond me."
It's not the first time that Disney have sued over brand damage. In 1935 they filed a lawsuit against Adolf Hitler and the nazi party for plagiarising their anti-Semitic views and making them "look bad" in the process.
Nobody from NASA was available for comment but there were rumours they were "shitting it" in fear that Disney would withdraw their funding to fly Justin Bieber to the sun.
It is thought that NASA will settle out of court and offer Disney the rights to use Pluto in their next 78 Star Wars films, or until George Lucas dies, whichever comes first.