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Monday, 28 August 2017

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Dutch and Belgian egg-producers invade British beauty spot!

Sunbathers, tourists and beach bums were suddenly confronted with a, yellow toxic cloud at one of Britain's most beautiful resorts, Beachy Head.

The cloud drifted towards the huge white cliffs and people enjoying the rare UK sun "scrambled" to safety and had to be evacuated by security services wearing biohazard suits, not a pleasant experience at all.

The cloud then dispersed and scientists now are attempting to discover what the hell caused it? After tracking the cloud back to its source it seems that dastardly Belgian and Dutch egg producers had hired a huge North Sea barge, filled the thing with their rotting, contaminated eggs and dumped them!

Of course, with the warm weather blowing in it made the gaseous cloud even more intensive as it headed towards the British coast and, the stench of rotting eggs, plus fipronil, caused headaches vomiting, sore eyes, etc.

Theresa May issued a warning to her European egg-supplying partners to keep their rotten eggs to themselves and they can keep Eastern European workers too! Also, the Queen is very upset because she loves a boiled egg or two!

The Dutch and Belgians apologised for the revolting cloud and promised only to dump their chemically infested eggs on African coastlines where people are used to European waste-dumping and do not make such a fuss!

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