BOSTON - News broke immediately when Will Ferrell and Owen Wilson were spotted crashing a pet funeral by paparazzi yesterday. TMZ reporters were the first to reach the scene and snapped as many mug shot looking photos as possible.
There were many vulnerable women at the cemetery, let alone people because the pet that died was a community's pet. It was a cute hamster with white and shades of brown that the community called crayons.
One spectator called the event 'devastating' while animal rights activists praised the Hollywood stars for their huge heart regarding animal rights. "Comedians don't just laugh all the time, they cry for pets that have passed on," says Luisa Cohen, an iPET official.
We tried to reach Ferrell and Wilson for comment but they both ear-muffed themselves each time reporters asked a question. The cemetery manager told us, "Both those guys are funny in life but they have a real tenderness for pets. No one, besides me, comes to the cemetery that often.'
Meanwhile, Hollywood producers were pulling the hairs out their head when they first received word by Twitter tweets. Industry sources called us immediately to comment, though speaking on the condition anonymity, and said, "no sequel was in the pipeline."
In other related news, Will Ferrell still lives at home with his mother.