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Friday, 8 February 2013

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Slowly becoming extinct in Europe, but not in the bellies of Brit burger fans!

Over the past few years horses have been disappearing at an alarming rate on the European continent and now it seems as if the mystery has been solved; they have ended up in beef burgers in the UK!

One vital clue in the mysterious disappearances was notes left in stables, fields, barns, in fact anywhere where horses were kept. Inspector Cluesoh, from the Parisian Equestrian police horse force, rumbled the scam after deciphering the note written in Finnish (Very difficult language to learn) and it read:


Interpol were also involved and were last seen tracking a deep-freeze truck with Bulgarian number plates through Europe, Dover and into the back of a well know frozen food factory and after the message had been deciphered it was obvious: The horses were being slaughtered and their meat used as beef-burgers in guess who's burgers?

Thankfully the scandal has opened a huge "can of horsemeat" and the company involved will re-name their burgers "Best Western Gee Gee Burgers" in the future to avoid any hidden dichotomy within their products.

Horse owners in the Pampas, Argentina, are enjoying record sales as UK companies look further afield to source their products and any confrontation with stupid EU regulations because they don't want to be in it anyway...

They would rather deal with their enemies than have horse-manure thrown at them by their European partners!!

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