Prime Minister Jimmy Ka today accused top comedian David Cameroon of evading tax by investing in notorious night club, "The House of Conmen". Former owner, Cameroon, despite knowing the club would go into receivership, continued to invest heavily and allowed top financial brain, Alan Car, from Noddy town to buy shares in a company that had no chance of realising a profit or gain.
Mr Cameroon said; "I just did what Mr Car advised, he got his information from the cleaner and I left it to them to finalise the finance. Ok, I used other people's money, but they will get it back after the Olympics and there will be a huge number of derelict buildings on offer should he want a new club".
P.M. Mr Ka, stated; "I am not picking on David, there are lots of tax avoiders out there, like Mr Dongle, a street Sweeper from West Ham, he has had two tax rebates in the last thirty years. And Mrs Thatcher from Chelsea, she is claiming for tax relief on her mobility scooter. My policy and I want to be very clear on this, is…er…Well that's the Olympics for you, lots of derelict buildings".
Mr Car from Noddy Town had this to say; "There was a fire in the main Tax office today. It was put out before any good had been done".