Written by Skoob1999
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Topics: Amy Winehouse

Thursday, 15 July 2010

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Somebody About To Sustain A Graze - Possibly.

Not Much News Worth Reporting Inc sent an email to Skoob News this morning stating with a reasonable degree of certainty that Amy Winehouse was seen out on the town last night with a graze on her leg.

Winehouse was accompanied by new squeeze Reggie Traviss at the West End opening of his new movie, Psychosis, when an eagle eyed reporter from Not Much News Worth Reporting Inc spotted the horrendous graze on her leg.

"Not many people picked up on it," reporter Garfield Catnap told us. "But you could see it if you looked closely. I immediately informed Skoob News of the graze on leg situation because I know they're desperate for something worthwhile to report, and Amy Winehouse with a graze on her leg appeared to be just the ticket."

We contacted graze specialist Doctor Victor Funkenstein, who told us:

"As grazes on the leg go, this one isn't the worst I've ever seen, but it does look quite painful, or at the very least, a bit itchy."

It isn't clear how Ms Winehouse sustained the terrible graze on her leg, which Doctor Funkenstein told us was probably sustained by Amy Winehouse bumping into something, or crawling about on her knees on an abrasive surface. Like a carpet or something.

A spokesperson from the Elf And Safety Exuctive told us that far too many people suffer from grazes and scratches, and that these people really ought to be more careful in future.

The most common causes of grazing include slips, trips, falls, and falling off bicycles.

More as we get it.

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