The BBC has been condemned by leading religious organisations today after their decision to allow His Holiness Pope Benedict to appear on Top Gear.
His Holiness, recently stolen by thieves, was returned today in exchange for a book token, a signed copy of Alistair Darling and a packet of cheese and onion Hula Hoops.
As a result of this decision, Top Gear bosses have been told they must extend their invitation to other faith leaders and it is hoped that the Dalai Lama will be appearing as the Star in the Reasonably Priced Car in the next series.
Security around the track will be tightened for the visit and police have warned all visitors that an exclusion zone will be in effect. As an additional precaution, they have begun to stockpile extra bags of Hula Hoops.