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Topics: TV, Poison, Mercury, Daybreak

Friday, 25 May 2012

Concerns grew once again on the humanity of breakfast TV presenters as strange discharges found on the well known sofas has been identified as mercury.

MI6 have taken the extraordinary steps of sealing off the studio until further searches can be completed, so far only 3 tonnes of plutonium and a spacecraft have been found which local police have described as "a pain to catalogue" and "and least it's overtime"

Expert on non-human studies Nick Clegg stated "mercury is the perfect fuel for other worldly beings" but was surprised that they infiltrated TV because of their "human only" employment strategy which was criticised heavily recently by Badgers International.

A spokesperson from the show was available to comment, but when questioned they growled, turned into a helicopter and flew off heading in the vicinity of Wolverhampton, a popular hotspot for strangeness.

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