Farcebook has decided the public cannot face up to seeing a baby breast feeding - so now we can breath a sigh of relief, get adult and keep watching breasts without babies attached.
Farcebook explained today that the internet was not the place for the propogation of breast feeding. 'It is important that we save women from being viewed as food objects' explained Farcebook's main joker Sebastian Perve 'we suggest page 3 of the Sun is the correct and dignified way of looking at breasts.'
However there is alarm in many countries where breast feeding in public is not objected to by prudish twits. African women are boycotting Farcebook in large numbers and are planning a mass Baby Feed In at the Farcebook offices in Nairobi.
David Cameron, desperately trying to divert people from thinking about the destruction of the National Health Service, has advised women to calm down as he has everything under control. 'My wife' he told reporters outside 10 Downing Street 'would never have herself viewed as a cow suckling a calf and quite right too. People are getting things quite wrong ; We are not letting Doctors and Nurses get away with this latest betrayalof all that is dignified!'