For Spoof writer Skoob1999 a breaking news item concerning complaints over a television ad was the final straw.
Choking and spluttering over his beer, Skoob, usually a well balanced individual, promptly kicked the cat and ripped up his daily newspaper in an explosion of rage.
"How dare they!"he screeched, verging on hysteria.
News emerges that the advertisement in question, a harmless M&S ad had prompted five complaints from viewers, regarding French model Noemie Lenoir cavorting in her underwear for all of three seconds.
In the ad, 'Life On Mars' actor Philip Glenister is seen asking to see some sexy model prancing about in her underwear, as it's Christmas. (Even though it isn't. Yet.)
Cue French babe Noemie Lenoir, who says "Moi?" and then prances around in her underwear for all of three seconds or so.
Prompting an avalanche of five complaints.
"It's pathetic," Spoof writer Skoob told us. "She's a beautiful young woman who looks exceptionally good frolicking about in her underwear. She's covered up for God's sake! What the hell is wrong with the moral minority? If you ask me, the five complainants are all bull-dyke lesbians who haven't been served a portion of salami in a long time."
Skoob then answered the front doorbell to find a man dressed in a banana suit proferring a leaflet inviting Skoob to subscribe to the 'Banana TV' satellite channel, an offer which Skoob gratefully accepted, telling us:
"£2.99 a month for the Banana Channel! With 'The Adventures Of Banana Boy' thrown in! Bargain! I'll have some of that!" Adding:
"If Noemie Lenoir gets upset by these idiotic complaints, she's more than welcome to dance around my bedroom in her underwear. I can tell you. That would be nice. God bless M&S for screening a great ad. And fuck the bull dykes. Good and hard!"
More as we get it.