Riots broke out in London today after the news that the Hannah Montana tour planned for the UK has had to be cancelled over complications with British trades descriptions law.
According to the Department of Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform the problem surrounds the complicated Hannah Montana brand. A spokeperson tried to explain: "Hannah Montana does not exist but is played by an actress - Miley Cyrus - so straight away we know that the concert is being sold under false pretences. But it gets worse, even Hannah Montana is not what she seems as by day she is teenager Miley Stewart. This sophisticated identity fraud is far too complicated for us and and so would be too complicated for consumers to understand what they were buying a ticket to see. Therefore the show is cancelled."
On hearing the news, thousands of young girls and quite a few pimply young men who frankly should have known better, assembled on Trafalgar Square and screamed their way to the Houses of Parliament where they burst into tears saying it wasn't fair.
These extreme actions forced Gordon Brown, Prime Minister and chief meanie, to address the crowd and say that he was sorry but this was the law and he had no power to change anything. Thankfully a cute five year old made her way to the front of the crowd and implored the surly PM to change his mind - which of course he did. He smiled, the sun shone and everyone was happy.
Disney plan to release a film about the whole sorry incident - although without the pimply youths.