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Friday, 28 May 2010

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Stinky, sweaty feet soon to be 'things of the past.

'Spud' Wilkinson, of Thorntree, Middlesbrough, is hoping to be in the Book of World Records soon as 'the man with the World's Stinkiest Feet.

Spud's wife 'Daisy' wrote to the Panel of Judges regarding Spud's smelly appendages in the hope's that he will indeed win this category.

Daisy has moved in with neighbours as their marital home in Thorntree, is extremely 'pongy'. She visits daily but always wears an oxygen mask during her visits.

Once Spud, hopefully, breaks the record, which is currently held by 'Arthur Snodgrass' of Worthington, Spud has agreed to have both feet amputated, following which he will eventually be fitted with artificial feet.

He misses Daisy so much and hopes that she will be able to permanently return, very soon, to their marital home. He has tried everything else to 'freshen' his tootsies but nothing works.

Spud wishes his feet to be well and truly documented before they are well and truly amputated and he will then donate them to science where they will be meticulously studied in an endeavour to rid the world of smelly feet.

Women all over the globe are applauding Spud for his offer to help rid the world, once and for all, of sweaty, smelly, pongy feet. He is being hailed as a hero.

Spud said, all he wants is a normal relationhip with his wife Daisy but if this benefits others, he is only to happy to help.

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