Spoof news snippets from Wednesday 14 November 2012
Trial of Taiwanese Knicker Nicker Expected to Be Short
A man arrested in Thailand in possession of 10,000 pairs of underwear is to go on trial tomorrow. Legal experts expect the trial to be brief.
Diamonds in his belly and not on the soles of his shoes!
A South African smuggler ignored Paul Simon's classic and swallowed 222 diamonds worth £1,4 million. When asked why he didn't hide them in the soles of his shoes he answered: "I couldn't afford them!
A Doll's Life? Twitterati Caption Barbie's Travels
Barbie (or Betty, as she prefers to be known when she's avoiding paparazzi) is <a href="http://www.holidayhypermarket.co.uk/dollslife/">travelling around the world</a> - caption her pics on Twitter!
Liverpool City Centre Cordoned off Today
Police cordoned off Liverpool city centre when a suspicious object was found inside a car parked on double yellow lines.
The object turned out to be a valid tax disc
Number Crunchie Bar
According to latest 'Government' figures the average wage in the UK is, £471 per week, strewth, that's £1 more than I get in weekly benefits....I gotta get a job!!
Stephen Hawking's says universe to end in 600bn years
"That will probably mean that the re opening of the London Olympic Stadium will come too late." The scientist quipped.
I'm A Celebrity Update: Nadine Dorries eats lamb ball
She can't the first Tory MP to put a testicle in her mouth?
Graeme Souness tips Jordan for Scotland job.
I know Katie Price used to go out with Dwight Yorke but I hardly think that makes her qualified.
Craig Levein begins legal dispute with SFA
Levein has started action against his former employers over his dismissal. #Lets hoep they don't instigate counter action against him as evidence that he was a FOOTBALL MANAGER was in short supply.