Paedophiles4Justice, the ultra-powerful lobbying group, has announced a law-suit against London Fashion Week following their ban of models under 16.
The independent Model Health Inquiry also proposed greater protection for 16-17 year-olds, though has thankfully not come to a weight-based decision as of yet.
"It is ridiculous, this ban, " says Lica Childs, spokesman for the group. "They continue to pander to the homosexuals by using skinny models that resemble adolescent men, but deprive us of models resembling pre-pubescent children. This has always been the purpose of Fashion Weeks worldwide and we cannot understand what has suddenly changed."
Cherie Blair, QC, looks set to fight the case for P4J in her continuing determination to publicly denounce her husband, previous Prime Minister Anthony Charles Lyndon Blair. "This will be just like when my chambers denounced the Iraq War, but on a slightly larger scale," she told what she has termed the "putrefying press".
The organisers of London Fashion Week were unavailable for comment, busy as they were protecting teen models from voicing their own case.