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Monday, 16 April 2007

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Monkey Woods at his happiest in the TheSpoof.com office

Our very own 5 star rated Monkey Woods is still missing in Dudley after being taken by circus folk whilst reporting for TheSpoof.com. It was 3 weeks ago that the TheSpoof.com first lost contact with Monkey and it is assumed that Ringo's Superstarr Circus, a little known extremist group is responsible.

Monkey Woods has been a reporter for TheSpoof.com for months now and although he was reporting from a dangerous area his dissappearance is still something of a shock. It is not unusual for Western (Midlands) people to be taken in this area as circus extremists look to reclaim land taken from them shortly after Dudley War II. Ringo's circus were in town at the time of his dissappearance and although no responsibility has been taken they are known for their monkey fetishes and it is thought that Monkey Woods may have been in the wrong place at the wrong time.

TheSpoof.com editor Mark Lowton said "Monkey is a fine man and we are sure that he is still safe, however we have to be cautios and Dudley Council had a policy of not negotiating with terrorists. We are doing everything in our power to secure his release and get him back behind his desk. His bowl of peanuts has not been touched and it reminds us of his nutty breath".

Prime Minister Tony Blair would not comment on this matter but said lots of nice things about Gordon Brown. Gordon Brown would also not comment on the issue but remained cautious in answering questions about the Labour leadership whilst slowly sticking the knife in Blair's back.

Both saga's continue.

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