Lads Mags are a force for evil. That's what we're being told now by a bunch of liberal do-gooders.
The 'stuck-up' claims are being made after two women who comprise the self-styled 'Ban everything we don't agree with alliance (BEWDAWA) spent half a day thumbing through a selection of titles that included Big Bazookas, Melons Monthly and Knockers Gazette.
Speaking on behalf of her bonkers outfit and her cranky mate Faye Kingell said:
"These publications are little more than an excuse to degrade women. They are cheap and tawdry and exist purely to titillate. They send the wrong message entirely" whinged the stuck up old bat.
Dean Geezer spokesman for the publishers retorted:
"Yeah...and?... You want to get a life you old crow! Our mags sell by the shed-load and they're here to stay, so you'd better get used to it luv"
"Well if you think I'm going to take that lying down you've got another think coming"
"That's your problem missus; you aren't ever taking anything lying down, if you follow me" chortled Geezer whilst winking at the assembled press pack.
This heated exchange was followed by an unexpected appearance by English comedy film legend Leslie Phillips who said:
"Hallo! Ding-dong!" before pinching Kingell's ample bottom.
A simpering Mrs Kingell and Phillips then left for an intimate supper at top media and showbiz types restaurant The Iveagh.
It is expected their engagement may be announced next week or maybe the week after. End of the month tops.