As the event of the decade moved a day closer, it emerged last night that TV broadcast of the Royal Wedding of Prince William and his bride-to-be Kate Middleton, is to be screened in some Islamic countries with an alternative ending.
William and Kate will 'tie the knot' at Westminster Abbey at 11am on Friday morning, but some Arabic news sources have reported that the last 30 minutes of the ceremony will be replaced by an ending that will be 'more tasteful to the Arabic psyche', according to one source.
Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Morocco are amongst the countries broadcasting the 'alternative wedding ending', which is thought to incorporate a variety of scenes which some viewers in the UK might find offensive.
Scenes including suicide bombings, rocket mortar and grenade attacks, and paramilitary-style stormings of the Abbey are rumoured to have been filmed in Pakistan, and may be used to satisfy the mindless cravings of the Towelhead extremists.
It's going to be exciting, isn't it?
Even Thailand is showing it 'live', although I won't see it as I've got a 2-hour conversation class from 7-9pm with a young girl called Tarn, aged 17.