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Sunday, 17 January 2010

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Well known to be Winehouse's next potential target

Fire Crews were called to Amy Winehouse's house in Camden, yesterday morning, after a very inquisitive peeping tom reported seeing the infamous drug addict trapped in a spunk bubble to the emergency services.

The filth bag, who wished to rename anonymous, saw Ms Winehouse writhe about her living room floor, in an odd fashion, at four in the morning.

This is the fourth time in as many days, that Ms Winehouse has been caught in flagrante. Previous episodes include trying to use a flute as as drug taking device - days after the government banned such implements for being used in such a way.

It is also well recorded that Winehouse has a fetish for Churches, and has been seen stroking them in a provocative and offending manner on many buildings around the capital as well as in various regions in the UK and Bosnia.

The warbler has been arrested outside Westminster Abbey, on many ocassions, performing heinous and sickening acts. The Police are well know to be annoyed of her antics, and have appealed to the incumbent government to rescind the "Anti-Gerp" law, whereby well known troublemakers are hurled into the Thames, whilst wearing a "Human Shoe" costume.

The Metropolitan Police have refused to talk about Ms Winehouse on the record, but reports from insiders have claimed that "Operation Colostomy Bag" has been setup to combat the spread of Winehouse.

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