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Monday, 18 October 2010

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Not The Gay Police Dog But It Looks A Bit Like It

Fury among the gay community in the UK today, after duo Diva Fever were eliminated from the X-Factor.

Most people actually didn't give a toss, according to research carried out on behalf of Skoob Entertainment News, but the gay community apparently went a bit mad.

In Brighton, one man so incensed by Diva Fever's exit put a potato peeler to his throat and threatened to peel his Adam's apple.

"It's just because they look a bit gay and it's not fair!" he shouted from an upper storey window.

Eventually, a trained hostage negotiator managed to talk the man out of peeling his own Adam's apple by threatening to send in a gay police dog to shag the man up the arse.

The gay bloke gave up without a struggle, and later expressed an interest in getting to know the dog better.

But the controversy raged on.

"It's just not fair, this!" protested Gregory Bollux, a gay man from Leicester (Braunston actually) "I can't believe they eliminated Diva Fever - it's just homophobia gone mad."

SEN supremo, Buffty Ginslinger told us:

"Diva Fever were eliminated because they were camper than a Carry On film, they couldn't fucking sing, they weren't particularly attractive - except perhaps to a gay police dog, and generally they were overwhelmingly nondescript. End of fucking story, dear boy."

More as we get it.

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