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Thursday, 1 November 2012

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He has the intelligence to support the right shaped ball!

After this weeks disgraceful behaviour by UK football fans who thought they were funny by acting like monkeys, the Monkey union, called Apes Anonymous, have decided to sue any persons attempting to pathetically copy the real thing; monkeys that is.

Chimps, gorillas, Orang Utans and other primates possess far too much intelligence to ever attempt to copy foul human behaviour and watch soccer, it is just to primitive for them. They just prefer to act like themselves which proves that they are far higher up the intellectual ladder than their human cousins who still continue to act like morons as soon as a soccer ball has been kicked.

Apes Anonymous have lodged several racist complaints to the following institutions:

1)The FA (Football Association)
2)The United Nations
4)Chelsea FC
5)The referees association
6)David Cameron
7)Boris Johnson & London Zoo, etc.

They are hoping that all moronic, monkey behaviour at footy games will be banned. Fans who perpetrate such behaviour banned for life. Insults towards primates be dealt with by incarceration at their local zoos so the monkeys or other primates in the zoo's can throw their bananas at the lowest form or human species on the planet; the soccer fan!

The writer of this spoof hopes the monkeys win hands down, clapping!

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