Following the jailing of the Terror rappers at the Old Bailey yesterday, and their subsequent year long incarceration at Camp verb-n-noun. The notorious eloquence correction facility run under the watchful eye of Governor Stephen Fry. There has been a robust response from Amnesty International (or is that Amnesia International, I can never remember).
A spokesman said "we condemn this ruling as inhuman and unjust. People should be free to express themselves in any way they wish no matter how stupid they are." He added. "We know rapping is garbage and hip hop music is a bloody dirge but come on! Does anyone really deserve to but in the care of Stephen Fry for a whole year. It's outrageous".
Camp Verb-n-noun is said to punish its inmates severely if they step out of line. One ex-con, who wishes not to be named but who we shall call Frank Tiller of 6 Wakefield Road, Leeds LS12 7JK, said "All I did was question the relevance of the semi colon in modern narrative and I was chained to Moira Stuart for a whole week and made to listen to her reciting the phonetic alphabet.
When I asked about Fry's regime he simply broke down in tears and sobbed "I was one of the lucky ones. Every night you could hear blood curdling screams coming from the John Humphries isolation wing. It was horrible".
So the Terror rappers begin their sentence today but AT WHAT COST TO SOCIETY, I ask you.
Danny Buckle, The Spoof. Good Night.