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Tuesday, 23 September 2014

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Crowds blocked Kanye and Kim's romantic dinner date at the famous Spud U Like restaurant

London, UK - Eyewitnesses have described how a climate change rabble protesting against hydrocarbons stuff went 'absolutely mental' when Kanye West arrived in London today.

The rapper appeared with what looks like a giant 'chevron' shaved into his hair, considered a red-rag-to-a-bull provocation by the anti oil lobby mob.

UK TV news cameras zoomed in on West's cut-outs which anchors said maybe intentionally matched a chevron design on a loud, patterned sports jacket that he'd donned for dinner.

Anyway it got the global warming rentacrowd baying for blood with catcalls of 'oil whore' and 'crude c**t' - as if the guy gives a f**k.

West and his dumpy five foot nothing wife Kim Kardashian were stepping out to dinner at London's famous Michelin-starred Spud-U-Like restaurant.

Kim had squeezed herself into yet another totally ill-fitting white creep - uh, crepe! - silk dress which completely flattened her ginormous bosoms - not that she's still lactating or needing to dive into a portable breast pump, of course.

Her husband's $1,000 Armani knee-slash jeans, brocade curtain fabric jacket and tan brothel creeper boots completed the outfit.

A barrel of sweet light crude retails for around $120

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