Mothers are able to breastfeed their babies in public for the first time on the Isle of Man after a new law came into force.
It comes after the Royal Assent for the Breast Feeding Act was given in Tynwald on Tuesday. The Queen commented, "It gives us great pleasure to allow the women of the Isle of Man to flop out their mamms willy-nilly. My husband, The Duke of Edinburgh, is keen to visit the island at the earliest opportunity to ensure that the law is being observed."
Failure to adhere to the law, said the government, can now lead to compensation claims of up to £2,500.
Mrs. Shocked, of Shocked Street, Douglas, and a vociferous campaigner again the law being introduced, told The Spoof, "I'm deeply shocked. Shocked and disturbed. In spite of the threat of the fine I will not tolerate women simply whopping their bosoms out in public. They'll get a taste of my umbrella."
In today's Stun Newspaper page 3 is dedicated to several photographs of Manx women with their 'chest furniture' on display. And they are also offering vouchers with money off for tourist visits in order to 'spot a bit of tit'. And Bryanair are to increase the number of flights into Douglas in order to cater for the anticipated increase in 'Tit Tourism'.