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Thursday, 17 March 2011

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Billy Ray's achey breaky heart

The singer Miley Cyrus, best know for her song "Billy Ray is my dad", was today humiliated in public on a visit to London when a man in a suit unashamedly took her from behind as she waited in a long queue outside the Nintendo shop.

The man, dressed in a sharp three-piece suit and otherwise anonymous apart from his badge which read "Richard Head - Deputy Manager Nintendo Shop", calmly took the singer from behind in full view of the hundreds of people in the queue waiting patiently for the release of the new games machine from the company.

The singer was reported to have been delighted to have been taken from behind.

She said she had been standing the queue for over an hour. She had read that British people love queuing up to be ripped off, and having heard that the new Nintendo hand-held machine cost over £40 more in the UK than it does in the USA, she wanted to queue up and be ripped off in the same manner as people who buy tickets for her concerts from internet sites charging huge booking and service fees.

However she was becoming a bit fed up waiting in close proximity to people who reeked of cheap deodorant from PoundStretcher, and she added that when the deputy manager ambled up to her and offered to take her to the top of the queue from behind all the great unwashed, she jumped at the opportunity.

Billy Ray Cyus has an achey breaky heart.

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