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Saturday, 14 April 2012

image for 'Gay cure' bus ad worked for me says bloke on 69 route
Sunday Service sees the 69 diverted to Cold Blow Lane, New Cross

London - Laycock Street, Islington resident Dick Warren has spoken of his outrage at the banning of London bus ads promoting a cure for homosexuality.

"The Lord took me in hand and cleansed my evil flesh," Warren said this morning, "just as the 69 route to hell flashed past my bedroom window on Monday night."

The route is the first to promote radical therapissts' (sic) treatments which retro-engineer dodgy inherited tendencies.

This morning a spokesperson for Transport for London which banned the bus ads said that on weak daze the iconic route runs from Penistone Road, Streatham SW12 to Cock Lane in the City of London.

A special Sunday Service extends the 69 journey all the way to White Knobs Way in Caterham, Surrey.

Last Saturday a separatist feminist lesbians' march starting in Clitterhouse Passage, Barnet saw the 69 diverted via Cumming Street, Islington to Cold Blow Lane, New Cross.

"And that's when the 'gay cure' ads went up on the 69's rear end," Warren explained.

"Now I'm a normal, born-again kinda bloke I intend moving house to Bird-in-Hand Passage, Forest Hill.

"If only the Lord could take away a slight obsession with Hooker's Row, Walthamstow..."

Boris Johnson is a Route 69 regular.

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