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Sunday, 29 April 2012

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The 'Dead See Scrolls' could be parachuted in using airborne drops

Isle of Dogs - Proposals to stream e-copies of Prince Charles' online Book of Common Prey into Olympics residential blocks have been slammed by locals.

A report this weekend said registered browsers of the Dodgy Originals website are determined to support the mass-marketing of the Pretender's foolish god-squad rants.

The move is seen as an attractive alternative to dumping copies of the Gideon's Bible in London 2012 contestants' rooms.

But Barking locals are having none of it and have cited ancient bylaws banning the use of weapons of crass distraction.

A petition organised by Isle of Dogs first lady Dame Fifi Rottweiler has amassed nearly 5,000 signatures protesting at the unwarranted sporting intrusion.

"Bad enough to foist these bloody stupid Games on a hapless London public," Dame Fifi tweeted this afternoon, "without this latest foible from effing Prince Nobody."

An alternative arrangement for free copies of the Dead See [sick] Scrolls to be parachuted into the Olympic village are being considered,

The Olympics kick off at the end of July.

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