New York, NY-- A grainy, disturbing snuff film of Michael Jackson has surfaced in a New York City bar. The ten-minute film shows the King of Pop being smothered by 1,000's of creme pies thrown by dozens of clowns, while music from 'Thriller' plays in the background. The film has been confiscated by the NYPD and sent to California for authorities to study. Arrests are pending in the case.
The surreal, unnerving film was playing non-stop at a bar in midtown Manhattan called 'Necros And Clowns'. The bar caters to an up-scale crowd that finds death from clowns to be sexually exciting. The highly unusual fetish is called necro-harlequin-phillia, and it is common among members of the government-controlled media.
Necros And Clowns is a very popular place with the New York City glitterati and main-stream media types. It's not unusual to walk in and see someone like Katie Colonic, Anderson Whooper or Whoopie Goldstein fingering some poor corpse.
Necros And Clowns is a very tasteful place, there is a fresh body every night.
The Michael Jackson snuff film will be available to everyone on DVD very soon. A laugh track is being added, and also a few cartoons featuring clowns will be included.