Noted humourist and British expatriate Cecil Lamont-Dwiggins has revealed that he is personally under seige by active Bournemouth citizen and spunky prelate of the Olde Catholic sect, Bishop Bonkers.
Readers may recall that Bonkers claimed he was targeted by alien visitations instigated by London resident David Farrant in the summer of 2007. Farrant is a writer of occult books and tales of alleged vampire sightings in London during the 1970s, and was designated an "arch-enemy" by Bishop Bonkers.
Los Angeles resident Lamont-Dwiggins is author of a controversial comic book entitled "The Adventures Of Bishop Bonkers" which satirises both Bonkers and Farrant's petty yet colourful squabblings. The comic was banned on the internet, but subsequently re-released in print earlier this month. "That's when the troubles began", says Lamont-Dwiggins.
"The Bishop's supporters have chased me on Interstate highways and even followed me home from the market one day, tooting their car horns and shouting slogans at me. It was dreadful". The harassment became so persistent that Lamont-Dwiggins was forced to move to an undisclosed location in order to escape the Bishop's attention.